This Saturday, Itai, together with Brit Olam, the International Israeli-Jewish Volunteer Movement, the Israeli Humanitarian Aid organization, Latet, and the World Union of Jewish Students (WUJS), has organized a concert for the benefit of the victims.
Speaking to Ynet, Itai explained what he and his partners plan to achieve:
"The funds we will raise will be used for setting up clinics which will provide first aid to the rape victims, medical supplies and for deploying rehabilitation professionals."
How do you guarantee the aid will reach the victims?
"A large portion of the money that was designated for that purpose was lost or worst, was stolen by the wrong people. That is why a thorough investigation on the ground, and on the NGOs that operate there and the people behind them is necessary. We've done that work and we are cooperating with organizations that will use the funds effectively."
Band Aid will be held on Saturday, May 26, in Hangar 11 in Tel Aviv.
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