A temporary care centre on the eastern outskirts of Damascus is providing children from embattled areas of Syria with urgently needed care and temporary shelter.
At the Palabek refugee settlement in Uganda, too few teachers struggle with a growing number of students.
SOS Children’s Villages takes the lead in offering refugees new opportunities and a chance to feel at home.
Many of the South Sudanese who have fled to neighbouring Uganda are also the most vulnerable.
A new SOS Children’s Villages programme will improve livelihoods and gender relations between host communities and refugees.
The new SOS Children’s Village offers ‘a loving home for children who need it the most’.