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Wahat al-Salam - Neve Shalom has a framework - suited mainly for young people - that makes it possible to come to work in the village for a few months in exchange for living expenses.

- Please read "Volunteering: Explanation & Conditions" for details.
- After reading the above, you can fill out the application form

- See also the section on "Internship", which offers a different type of experience.

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