Our projects in the field of
Utilizing new and advanced technologies for the preservation of precious documents and for making them accessible online for world-wide study.
Brother Charles Anthony director of Ormylia with Gary Krupp of PTWF and His Eminence Ecumenical Patriarch of the United States Demetrios.
Pave the Way Foundation in partnership with the Ormylia Monastery in northern Greece will be working to help with Ormylia's the ongoing cancer screening of poor Muslim and Christian villagers in northern Greece. These screenings are specifically for cervical and breast cancer in the remote villages where many of these inhabitants have never had a medical examination
Please visit the Ormylia Foundation website. http://www.ormyliafoundation.gr/en/filanthropini.php
Jewish gift to the Vatican Library and the Franciscan Custody in Israel
PTWF was instrumental in"paving the way" for the digitizing of priceless manuscripts from the Vatican Library and from the Franciscan Custody in Israel. This wonderful gift for archiving and worldwide education was made through a Jewish Foundation.
This gift was made through the generosity of the George S. Blumenthal Foundation. State of the art techniques in digital photography by famed Israeli photographer Ardon Bar-Hama were made possible through this wonderful gift of technology towards education.
Since 1990, we have worked tirelessly, to advance the technological superiority of this special hospital for the care for the poor and for the sick and suffering in Europe. Today, it one of the best equipped hospitals in all of Europe. Over the years we have helped with the acquisition of cancer treatment, diagnostic and rehabilitation modalities.
Through the generous support and work of the Anglican Order of St. John, the St. Johns Eye Hospital in East Jerusalem cares for the needs of the mostly Palestinian population.
Here, there exists a particular problem in a population plagued by eye diseases caused by the desert environment. Israeli physicians work at St. John's and train Arab technologists and physicians.
Made in India, Now that's a Switch. Imaging running a car on compressed air @ 125 miles for $2.