In 2015, SOS Children's Villages associations worldwide helped hundreds of thousands of children, young people and their caregivers through services in Care, Education, Health and Emergency Response.

553,600 people worldwide participated in SOS Children’s Villages Family Strengthening and Family Based Care programmes in 2015.
242,000 people were learning at SOS Children’s Villages kindergartens, schools, training course and social centres in 2015.
943,700 single health services were provided by SOS Children’s Villages health teams in 2015.
726,500 single emergency services were provided by SOS Children’s Villages emergency teams in 2015.



In 2015, we supported over 467,000 people through our Family Strengthening Programmes. When families enrol in these care programmes they are usually experiencing extreme hardships, including unhealthy or unstable housing, lack of sufficient food, and lack of access to education and health care.

Main reasons why children were admitted to Family Strengthening Programmes in 2015:
Both SOS Family Based Care and Family Strengthening Programmes showed positive results:
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'Our Village': SOS Children's Villages' work worldwide

SOS Childrens Villages: Measuring Impact

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Read the 2015 International Annual Report to learn more about our programmes and how they make a difference for children, young people and their families.

Read more about how SOS Children's Villages measures impact to determine the long-term improvements our programmes make in the lives of children, families and communities.