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Israel social impact bond to help Bedouins in maths studies
by Tova Cohen
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15 July 2019
On 15 July 2019 Reuters reported:
Social Finance Israel (SFI) has launched a social impact bond to improve maths performance for high school students in the country's Bedouin community. Though still small, Israel's impact investment market more than doubled in two years to over $260 million in 2018. Its first bond, for 8 million shekels, aims to reduce the drop-out rate among higher education computer science students.
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Projects in the pipeline include a programme aimed at alleviating loneliness among the elderly and extracting families from poverty.
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