These are happy times in the Khatri household. The family business is thriving, and the children are doing well at school. Four years ago, the situation was very different.
Monalisa Ariska is confident that she has a bright future ahead of her. She dreams of becoming a lecturer one day – and credits YouthCan! with teaching her not to be afraid to reach for what she wants.
Treating the impact of conflict, hatred and loss of parental care takes dedication and a long-term commitment, says an SOS Children’s Villages expert.
The European Commission hosted a roundtable with SOS Children’s Villages in Brussels to discuss quality child protection and care systems.
Gitta Trauernicht, Vice President of SOS Children’s Villages International, shares her thoughts on empowering women and girls.
The chart-topping Dutch DJ/Producer, who is an International Friend of SOS Children’s Villages, stopped by the Village before performing concerts in South Africa.