Ноябрь 16, 2017

A hundred fences now completed

With the completion last week of the fence at the Jewish cemetery in Bela Crkva, Serbia, the ESJF completed its 100th project since we started this initiative in 2015.

To date, we have fenced sites in Belarus, Czech Republic, Serbia, Moldova, Poland and Ukraine.

Funding for ESJF fencing projects has been provided by the Auswärtiges Amt, to whom we are very grateful for their generous support of this historic initiative.

We also thank all our partners Ваад Украина, Jewish Commlunity of Serbia, Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland — FODŻGmina Żydowska w WarszawieИРО в РБ, Federation of Jewish Communities in Czech Republic https://www.fzo.cz/en/, Matana, Konrad-Adenauer-StiftungKonrad Adenauer Stiftung UkraineNěmecké velvyslanectví v PrazeAmbasada NiemiecПосольство Німеччини в Києві / Deutsche Botschaft KiewLivingStones Association and the various countries for their support and encouragement as we continue now into our fourth year.

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ESJF is proud to announce fence completions at two cemeteries in Northern Serbia, at Backi Monostor and Bela Crkva
Ноябрь 10, 2017
Ukrainian film by schoolteacher in Slavuta shows the importance of local community involvement in long-term maintainance of ESJF fencing projects
Ноябрь 6, 2017