The Haruv Institute was chosen to lead MeHalev Initiative. Haruv is Israel's leading training and research center and one of the preeminent institutions worldwide in the field of child abuse and neglect. The Institute was established in 2007 to train professionals, paraprofessionals, researchers, parents and children on the prevention, identification, treatment and rehabilitation of abused and neglected children, and to develop and disseminate advanced professional knowledge in Israel and throughout the world.

Capitolis is a market-leading e-trading technology and solutions web-based provider. Capitolis, with Mr. Gil Mandelzis as its CEO,  is the main strategic partner behind MeHalev Initiative and its generous financial assistance helps to develop and maintain MeHalev's activities.

The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation is a global organization that seeks to ignite the passion in young people to create positive change. Through its philanthropic arm in Israel, the Foundation's investments are targeted toward helping Israelis meet the demands of its growing and increasingly diverse society by transforming the treatment and prevention of child abuse. 

The Foundation's generous support for MeHalev Initiative allows it to function independently and to work towards a substantial change in the field of child maltreatment in Israel.

The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is one of the leading worldwide management consulting firms. BCG Israel has generously taken the task of leading the strategy and content development of MeHalev Initiative, as well as its performance evaluation.

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