SOS Children's Villages was founded on 25 April 1949. We mark the occasion with the release of '70 Years of Impact', a report that tracks the organisation’s impact on the lives of children.
A young father in Srebrenica is struggling to come to terms with the effect of a childhood marked by domestic violence. Having the SOS team by his side has given him new hope that his own family can have a better future.
Mohammad Ariful Haque almost ended up as a camel jockey when he was a child. Today this SOS Children's Villages alum is an orthopaedic resident physician.
Lusanda Bodlisa of South Africa knows his carpentry skills could open doors to different jobs. But, in his case, he might simply build the doors himself.
A new online course on the needs and rights of unaccompanied and separated refugee and migrant children has opened for registration. SOS Children’s Villages International is part of the task force which created the course.
Keeping siblings together enhances their sense of safety and well-being. Twins Naol* and Beki* from Jimma, Ethiopia, are a perfect example.