Marco Paulo Monteiro, 32, a national youth leader at SOS Children’s Villages Cape Verde, is passionate about family life.
Many of the South Sudanese who have fled to neighbouring Uganda are also the most vulnerable.
In Digital Villages, children, young people and parents have the opportunity to get a computer and become digitally literate.
British Ncube grew up in the SOS Children's Village Bulawayo in Zimbabwe. Today, he is a musician and expresses his experience and dreams through the songs he writes.
A new SOS Children’s Villages programme will improve livelihoods and gender relations between host communities and refugees.
Martin Chada recalls how his family’s life changed when his mother enrolled in SOS family strengthening eight years ago.