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Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson, one of world’s largest healthcare companies, has been a key partner of SOS Children’s Villages for more than 15 years, mainly through the Janssen EMEA Fund. The global partnership has been far-reaching, spanning many countries and multiple programmes; the focus is on building the capacity of the people who are caring for others. 


For almost 20 years, Mr. Kendra has played a significant role in supporting our programmes in Indonesia. He fell in love with the work of SOS Children’s Villages the first time he visited a programme in Lembang. The desire to help children from difficult backgrounds has been what motivates him to do good things and to activate his strong professional network to do even more.

Joining Forces

Joining Forces is an alliance of the six largest child-focused international NGOs, working for and with children and young people. In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the alliance launched the report, A Second Revolution: Thirty years of child rights and the unfinished agenda, at the United Nations in June 2019.

European Commission

The European Commission is one of the largest humanitarian and development donors in the world and also funds projects that support the social inclusion of millions of people living in Europe. The Commission has been an institutional partner of SOS Children’s Villages for nearly two decades. In 2019, SOS Children’s Villages was engaged in over 30 projects financed by the European Commission. 

Civic Driven Change

Civic driven change is an approach to development work that looks at social change as the result of self-driven actions by citizens, rather than states or markets. It invites communities to become agents of their own development, thereby shifting the role of international NGOs from implementers to facilitators of projects.

El Alto, Bolivia

Since 2014, SOS Children’s Villages has been partnering with the city of El Alto to run the Yaticañ Uta community centre. Yaticañ Uta, which means “house of learning” in Aymara language, serves as an educational hub for children and families. In addition to being a day-care centre, it also offers workshops on topics such as nutrition and positive parenting.