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December 13, 1985 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-13

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ourselves of the institutions
and handed them over to the
Israelis to use for native aging
population. We moved on to
address new needs.
"What we do in Israel now,"
Feder continued, "is to serve
as a catalytic agent. We have
brought together ministries
that had never talked to each
other before. The first project
between the ministry of health
and welfare was for handicap-
ped children. We set up a pro-
gram for autistically handicap-
ped children, involved the
Ministry of Welfare — and of
course the ministry of health
— then set up a school at Tel
Aviv University."
JDC has also set up a host of
educational, social welfare and
other institutions and pro-
grams over the years that have
proven their worth, and in the
course of time been absorbed
by elements of the government
at various levels. Feder be-
lieves that the JDC models for
delivering American aid to
Israel have, to a great extent,
influenced the success of the
various Project Renewal pro-
grams throughout Israel.
From Israel, Feder was
transferred to Geneva, Switz-
erland, where he served as
Deputy Director-General to
Charles Jordan, who lost his
life in Prague under myster-
ious conditions. Soviet and
Egyptian_ intellikence defec-
tors have related stories of kid-
napping and torture involving
the Soviets and Egyptians.
Feder then served in Geneva
under the late Louis Horwitz,
who had preceded him as direc-
tor of Malben. Besides super-
vising various administrative
aspects of the worldwide JDC
program, Feder also served as
liaison with the United Na-
tions High Commissioner for
Refugees.
Few Jews in transit nowa-
days qualify as refugees under
the UNHCR mandate, he ex-
plains, but many from black
- Africa who leave their coun-
tries find they have no other
state that wants them. With
their legal status unclear,
UNHCR gives them protec-
tion and documents, explained
Feder. He is reminded of the
early days in his career when
Jewish refugees from the
Holocaust faced similarly
uncertain futures. "Now," he
says with much satisfaction,
"when our people come out,
they move right away — to
Israel and the United States."
The world has changed for
Jews. And Feder has had a
part in changing it.
Feder retired officially from
JDC in 1984, having succeed-
ed Horwitz as director-general
of the Geneva office for several
years. Much of the JDC over-
seas operation has been trans-
ferred to Paris and much is
operated out of the agency's

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