The "You Eat, We Give" campaign supports young people so they can build their skills and increase their career opportunities.
Agnes, 12, and Haneen, 15, have both taken action for child rights in their own countries and communities.
Children face the risk of abuse, abandonment and exploitation as more Venezuelans leave for neighbouring countries.
SOS Children’s Villages is joining world leaders today at the UN in New York to launch a new partnership that aims to get every young person into quality education, training or employment by 2030.
For Elube Phiri, who is raising seven grandchildren on her own, SOS family strengthening support has allowed her to keep the children in school and to better provide for the basic needs of her family.
Julian Uka from SOS Children's Villages Albania shares how supporting the involvement of fathers in the upbringing of their children benefits the entire family.