Gal Lusky and her Israeli Flying Aid organization helps save lives after disasters.
EarlySense device wirelessly monitors babies in their hospital cribs to track life-threatening issues.
Olympians, survivors, mavericks and clowns all made our 2018 list of the most inspirational people.
IsraAid gears up to help survivors following one of the deadliest fires in U.S. history, hoping to 'promote community resilience.'
On a shoestring budget, 100 clowns in Israel have jumped into action.
Orly Wahba has become the queen of nice at a time when the world needs her most.
Save a Child's Heart has provided life-saving treatments to more than 4,500 kids from 58 countries.
It's been a busy time for IsraAid, which has responded to hurricanes, tsunamis and typhoons in recent weeks.
Her funds will help put water filters in people's homes so they have clean water to drink.
The latest is an Israeli invention that’s offering clean water in cholera-stricken Cameroon.
IsraAid travels the world responding to natural disasters. We check in with them on the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey.
The international emergency response group is on the ground distributing urgent relief items and assessing the long-term needs of the affected communities.
She made a documentary about factory farms and told us about it while eating painfully spicy wings.
'We haven't thought about nothing – just to save those kids' lives,' said Israeli entrepreneur Uzi Hanuni.
A team of surgeons from Israel fills a much-needed void in spinal care in the impoverished African country.