About Naveh

Located in the western Negev on Israel’s border with Egypt and Gaza. Naveh was founded in 2005 by a small group of 15 families who were uprooted from their homes in Gush Katif as part of the Israeli government’s Disengagement Plan. After the painful uprooting of their home in Gush Katif, these pioneers continued to pursue their Zionist vision to establish a community that would serve as a catalyst for growth to the entire Negev.

Naveh’s location makes it both difficult to live in but also extremely strategic for Israel’s security. Located at the intersection of Israel’s borders with Egypt and the Gaza Strip, this area was empty before the establishment of this community giving way to various smuggling activities. In just a few years, dedicated pioneers have made the desert bloom, establishing a thriving community engaged in entrepreneurship, green energy, agriculture, and education.

Today, Naveh is part of Halutza, a new community area that includes Shlomit and Bnei Netzarim. From a small nucleus of pioneers, Naveh has expanded into a thriving religious Zionist community with over 130 families with over 600 children. And all of this is just the beginning!

Naveh is currently focused on three areas:

Security

Due to our strategic location, we place special emphasis on security.

Community & Education

Naveh's community is unique for its exceptional education system. As a result of our schools’ ever-rising reputation, students from all around the country apply to attend our secondary and post-secondary boarding schools.

Agriculture & Employment

This area is particularly challenging for a community located in a new and remote area. We are building unique infrastructures to establish a sound economic infrastructure.

Highlighted Projects

Fields and Orchards

Although agriculture is blooming in Halutza, it is not green all year long, requiring strategic planting of tropical crops that love the heat. Our objective

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Student Program

We envisage a Negev that does not rely only on agriculture for its economic prosperity but breaks new ground in technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship, opening

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