The Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI) has announced that it will include the family of Bulgarian bus driver Mustafa Kyosev among recipients of aid from the Fund for the Victims of Terror in the aftermath of July's Burgas bus bombing.
What does JAFI stand for?
JAFI stands for Jewish Agency for Israel
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics
- Japanese Association of Financial Econometrics and Engineering
- Java Access for Electronic Resources
- Japanese Affiliates of Foreign Firms
- Juxta-Acoustico-Floccular Fascicle
- Java Application Framework for All
- Jewish Accommodation for Fellow Aged (retirement facility; Pretoria, South Africa)
- Juvenile and Family Fire Awareness (Australia)
- Just Another Family Golf Outing (USA)
- Joint Armed Forces Housing Referral Office
- Japanese Association for Flow Injection Analysis
- Japan Apparel Fashion Industry Council
- Japan Financial Intelligence Center (financial corruption)
- Japan Fisheries Information Service Center
- Japan Food Industry Center (food safety)
- Journal of Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization
- Japan Foundation for International Tourism
- Japan Australian Football League (est. 1910)
- Journal of American Folk-Lore
- Joint Automated Field Logistics Model for Employment
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The amendment states that the two bodies coordinate their activities with the government through a government-World Zionist Organization committee and a government-Jewish Agency committee: Two committees shall be set up for the coordination of activities between the Government and World Zionist Organization and the Jewish Agency for Israel.
As Chairman of the Housing Committee of the Jewish Agency for Israel, he brought together people and institutions to build 12,000 units of housing in Israel to house 50,000 immigrants.
Overall immigration to Israel has fallen to its lowest levels since the late 1980s, Jewish Agency for Israel officials told the Post, and the growing "loss" to Germany is at the heart of the decline.
Working with the Education Department of the Jewish Agency for Israel, more than 390 shlichim have been placed at 110 JCC camps.