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At SOS Children’s Villages, we believe that dynamic partnerships are essential to providing sustainable and effective support in the countries where we work. Our partners – from foundations to governmental donors – are committed to developing and supporting initiatives that are not only socially responsible but that also help strengthen communities. These stories highlight some of the ways in which our work has been supported by these valuable partners all over the world.

  • New beginnings for child beggars in Senegal and Mali

    01.04.2016 - Child beggars, known as ‘talibés’, are a familiar sight in cities across Senegal and Mali. Far from home, and forced to beg, their situations have been likened to modern slavery. SOS Children’s Villages together with the European Commission is running a project to protect these children, bring them home to their families, and give them access to formal education. More 
  • SOS to help more unaccompanied Syrian children through European Commission-financed project

    29.05.2015 - A new project in Northern Syria run by SOS Children’s Villages and financed by the European Commission will provide complete care for hundreds of unaccompanied children and reunification services to reunite them with their families if possible. More 
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    ICT job prospects for young people in Africa's Horn

    14.01.2015 - A new e-Learning centre recently opened in Djibouti with the help of SOS Children’s Villages and German partners is giving disadvantaged young people the chance to learn in-demand ICT job skills and escape from a life of poverty. More...
  • Mother feeding a baby in Mali

    How Institutional Partners provided quick support to protect children in war-torn Mali

    02.11.2014 - When an upsurge in violence forced hundreds of thousands of Malian men, women and children to run for their lives, these partners stepped in with funds and support to give them the protection, food and medicine they needed to survive. More...