189,000 Israeli families live in temporary housing
The number of households living in substandard housing has gone up dramatically over the past 20 years, according to the 'Homeless Index.'
Roughly 189,000 households in Israel — about 8.5 percent — live in substandard housing, according to the “Homeless Index” published last Monday by the Institute for Structural Reforms. This is the first time the institute, which was established in 2010 by attorney Shraga Biran, has published the index.
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