The State of Israel endeavors to improve the provision of service to the Ethiopian-Israeli population and to base program development on fixed goals and on the follow-up of implementation and outcomes. The Ministry of Immigrant Absorption is responsible for numerous programs and projects that address the needs of Ethiopian Israelis. Some have been specifically designated for this population and others serve all immigrants. The Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute was asked to survey the Ministry programs for Ethiopian-Israelis that were implemented in 2007. The study is unique in that it comprehensively examines an entire area of Ministry activity, including all the programs in that area. It has two foci: (1) the programmatic directions in light of the trends within the Ethiopian-Israeli community (2) the available information - from a perspective integrating administrative information systems and the research on program implementation.