Olameinu (which means “Our world” in Hebrew) takes place every year during summer holidays. This camp gathers children from three Baltic countries: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
As those who would like to spend a part of their summer holiday in Olameinu are always plenty, children come to the camp in sessions organised by age groups in the same way as the work of youth clubs: the first session is for children aged 7–12, and the second is for those aged 13–18. During the period children spend in the camp, they learn a lot about the history and traditions of the Jewish people, meet peers from other cities and countries, and recharge before the new school year. The children are supervised by experienced youth tutors (madrichim) who have completed training in the Madrichim School. Before a session starts, the latter exchange experience, plan classes and events, coordinate heir schedule and develop the general syllabus of the camp sessions.
The camp is financially supported by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.