NETHERLANDS

Bnei Akiva Holland has extensive activities to strengthen and deepen the connection with Am Yisrael, Eretz Yisrael and Torat Yisrael.

 

Bnei Akiva Holland is not just a youth movement but a very significant institution in the local Orthodox and traditional community. Today they have about 200 members.

 

The main branch is in Amsterdam and it is sending arms to the rest of the country. They have a weekly peula on Shabbat with 50-100 participants, weekends and Machanot. The activities are led by Madrichim aged 17-22.

 

Most of the bogrim are going to Hachshara programs in Israel before or during the years of Hadracha. We are proud to be one of the Snifim with one of the highest Aliyah rates in Europe at the end of the Hadracha term.

 

World Bnei Akiva contact person for Netherlands is Sari Mayer.

 

 

OUR SHLICHIM IN HOLLAND

 

Anael & Avichai Meyer

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Anael and Avichai from Jerusalem have been Shlichim for World Bnei Akiva in Amsterdam, Netherlands since October 2015.

 

"Bnei Akiva Holland is not just a youth movement but a very significant institution in the local Orthodox and traditional community, and leads many activities across the Jewish calendar. Today we have about 200 members. The main branch is in Amsterdam and it is sending arms to the rest of the country. We have a weekly peula on Shabbat with between 50-100 participants, weekends and Machanot."

 

avichai@bneakiwa.nl

 

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WORLD BNEI AKIVA

PROGRAMS FOR HOLLAND

 

Dutch Jewry is eligble to participate in the following programs managed by World Bnei Akiva:

 

 

For all other programs managed by Bnei Akiva Netherlands, please check online links below, and/or contact our Shlichim.

 

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