Quality promotion in the provision of social services in Israel has become a more common practice against the backdrop of an ongoing shift from state-provided social services to outsourced services, and the growing need for such services during crisis situations (such as the COVID-19 pandemic). These present new challenges to the provision and supervision of social services.
The Quality Assurance Team specializes in the development of processes for the promotion of quality in social services in several ways:
The Team's clientele include among others: The Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Social Services; The Ministry of Education; 360° The National Program for Children and Youth at Risk; JDC-Ashalim; and JDC-Elka.
The goal of this study is to examine the development process of the work plans for Government Resolution 2397, their implementation, and the monitoring of their implementation. The study is intended to contribute to the groundwork in preparation for the next five-year plan for the years 2022–2026.
The goal of this analysis is to examine to what extent the Book meets the acceptable criteria of structure and content for work plans and serves its purpose as a tool for planning, following up, and monitoring the implementation of the government resolution. The analysis is intended to contribute to the groundwork in preparation for the next five-year plan for the years 2022–2026.
This review will examine the best practices for formulating a workplan in the public sector, with the goal of improving the formulation of workplans in preparation for the next Five-Year Plan for Socioeconomic Development among the Bedouin Population in the Negev for the period 2022–2026.
The goal of this review is to examine the current policies and the services in place across the globe for the population of street dwellers. The review aims to shed light on the following questions: (1) What are the characteristics and needs of the population of street dwellers? (2) What are the approaches adopted to address the needs of the street dwellers, and what are the types of services provided in response to their needs? (3) What are the quality standards of the services provided to the street dwellers?