Tipat Halav Initiative Adapts to Coronavirus Outbreak

The Initiative was launched to upskill Tipat Halav nurses to support parents in providing optimal care for their children in early childhood and beyond. Goshen launched a national leaders training program for 34 Tipat Halav nurses to improve leadership skills and expand professional expertise to support parents and impact better outcomes for children. This second phase of the Initiative began when the pandemic broke out.

In coordination with its partners, The Bernard van Leer Foundation, Yad Hanadiv Foundation, the Ministry of Health and Lotem, it was decided to adapt content to help parents cope with the coronavirus pandemic and to provide local community nursing initiatives that can create alternative parent support.