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Projects

Getting it Done

Our current project work is innovative, systematic, and creative — making the previously impossible, possible.

Project Name
Australia Victoria Partnership Survey Project
Venezuela Rescue Records at Risk Project
Pilot Project - Kielce Poland and Mikolayev Ukraine
Record Type Taxonomy Tool
Custodial Entity Taxonomy Tool
Polish Handwriting Recognition AI Model Training & Development
Russian Handwriting Recognition AI Model Training & Development
Yiddish Handwriting Recognition AI Model Training & Development
Ladino Handwriting Recognition AI Model Training & Development
JCat Prototype Project
Centralized Information Resources Project - Jewish Newspapers
Parent Project*
DoJR
DoJR
DoJR
DoJR
DoJR
DoJR
DoJR
DoJR
DoJR
DoJR
Centralized Resources
Type
Content Survey
Content Survey
Content Survey
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence
Catalog Database/Interface
Tools & Resources

* DoJR = Documentation of Jewish Records Worldwide Project. DoJR is the first strategic initiative of the LDVDF. Our purpose is to discover and catalog an inventory of  all existing records that document Jewish lives. JCat, the world’s most comprehensive and only online catalog of its type, will be freely searchable by all.

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Working together on all continents.

Venezuela Rescue Project

Venezuela Rescue Project

80% of the Jewish population of Venezuela has left the country. There is much turmoil on the ground and anti-semitism. We are intent on identifying what records of the lives of Venezuelan Jews have so far survived so that priorities can be set to preserve or safeguard them before it is too late. The JGS Venezuela – mostly operating off-shore, is partnering with us to conduct this rescue survey…

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Victoria Australia Survey Project

Victoria Australia Survey Project

In 1788, at least eight (some say 16) Jews arrived in Australia on the First Fleet. Much of the documentation of Jewish lives in Australia has survived. Yet, you have to know about it to find it. The Australia Jewish Genealogical Society (Victoria) has discovered thousands of record collections for JCat. Its survey work continues…

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