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Krembo Wings Youth Movement

A great achievement for Israel  – the Krembo Wings Youth Movement has been appointed as Special Advisor!

The United Nations (UN) recently honored Israel’s Krembo Wings – a youth movement that helps children, including those with disabilities, to form lasting bonds with one another – by designating the group as a “Special Advisor” organization, acknowledging it as a world leader pioneering the integration of disabled children.

The status of the Special Advisor to the UN’s Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) gives the movement special recognition for its work in Israel and around the world.

Krembo Wings, established 16 years ago, has developed an innovative, inclusive model that integrates children with severe disabilities with able-bodied youth from ages 7 to 22.

The movement operates 65 branches throughout Israel, from Eilat in the south to Kiryat Shmona in the north, and welcomes more than 6,000 active members each week.