SOS Children’s Villages supports families "in places where pharmacies closed, where there are no jobs."
Monika Ivanova is a young aspiring film-maker living in Sofia, Bulgaria. Like every film-maker she wants to tell stories. In fact, she wants to tell a lot of them.
Nearly two years ago the first urgent humanitarian emergency response in Serbia and FYR Macedonia was established. The dynamics along the so-called Balkan route have changed, and so have the needs of those who live at the reception centres.
SOS Children’s Villages works globally to care for and protect children, and to keep displaced families together. Find out more in our series of articles about how we support refugees and internally displaced children and families.
When families face hardship, support tailored to the specific needs of each family helps to create opportunities and a more stable environment for children. This video shows how SOS Romania works with families like Ileana's.
SOS Children’s Villages launched an emergency programme in 2014 to help children and families affected by the conflict in eastern Ukraine. It is one of the few organisations working on both sides of the contact line.