International experience shows that work is the best way of lifting families out of poverty, and as such, the creation of new employment opportunities will become essential.

This may be achieved by:

  • Developing macro-economic and infrastructure planning to support the additional 10 to 12 million annual inbound tourists into Israel and Jerusalem from regional and international centers.
  • Aligning political and economic interests with the overall strategy to bring a significant increase in tourism to the region, and the management of a negotiated financial outcome acceptable to all regional partners.
  • Integrating spiritual and economic benefits into one cohesive outcome.