PUAH Institute, established in 1990, has helped thousands of couples suffering from infertility through the process of building a family. Staff members have an extensive breadth of knowledge enabling PUAH Institute to handle everything from complicated medical inquiries to relevant halachic questions. Couples receive the benefit of PUAH Institute’s expertise in a private and compassionate environment conducive to their needs. Professional expertise is also available to the general public through a wide variety of lectures, seminars and training courses. Participants at these sessions include rabbis, physicians, healthcare providers and couples, all of whom share the common goal of raising awareness about reproductive health issues at both the social and medical levels.
Dr. Falk Schlesinger Institute for Medical-Halachic Research
The Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem has been operating since 1902 with the goals of providing the finest medical treatment, offering care to all, and ensuring the observance of halacha (Jewish law) within the hospital. Throughout over a century of operation, the medical center has faithfully lived up to these ideals.
The Dr. Falk Schlesinger Institute for Medical-Halachic Research was founded in 1966 under the auspices of Shaare Zedek, imbuing our professional pursuits with the spirit of Torah. Through the scholarship and expertise of leading rabbis, doctors and others, the Institute aims to research and resolve the halachic issues that emerge as medicine progresses, to consider their medical, halachic, legal and ethical ramifications, and to present practical responses.
Israel Institute for Talmudic Publication
Established by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, the Institute is dedicated to making sacred Jewish texts accessible to students of all ages and Jewish backgrounds. The flagship project is the monumental 46 volume Steinsaltz Edition of the Babylonian Talmud, translated from Aramaic with commentaries. Yad Hanadiv supported the preparation and publication during the first five years and helped to make the series accessible to a wider public via the Internet.
Talmudic Encyclopedia Project
The mission of The Talmudic Encyclopedia is to collect and summarize the part of the Talmud (the codified Jewish Oral tradition) that pertains to Halakha (practical Jewish law). Our goal is to bring together all of these halakhic and Talmudic discussions, together with the central responsa of the Rishonim and the Acharonim, into an encyclopedic archive.
Keter Institute for Jewish Economics
Over twenty years ago, the Keter Institute for Torah Economics was set up in order to create connections between the world of modern commerce and finance and the gems found in Jewish law. The institute was established by Rabbi Shlomo Ishun and Rabbi Yitzhak Bazak in the belief that the Torah of Israel is relevant to day-to-day economic life and therefore also needs to be implemented in it.
At its core, Olamot is a structured program for the delivering of shiurim to study groups, based on pre-prepared complete source material, on a wide range of halachic topics.