Farhiya’s farming success came in 2019, with support by SOS Somaliland. But the current drought is slowly reversing these gains, and she worries about her family.
Mon / May 23 / 2022
Drought threatens livelihoods in Somaliland: Farmers like Farhiya are losing food and family stability
Fri / May 20 / 2022
Earlier this month, youth with care experience presented training that is changing alternative care settings across Europe and calls for investment in trauma awareness.
Mon / May 16 / 2022
First days of school in Austria after fleeing Ukraine: A new home, a new language, the same lunch breaks
From a war zone to Pinkafeld in Austria. A school in Burgenland and SOS Austria work to integrate Ukrainian children and give them a sense of security.
Fri / May 13 / 2022
Despite hardship and loss, a mother is empowered to build a stable home for her 10 children: Hodan’s story
Empowered by the Family Strengthening Program of SOS Children’s Villages in Somaliland, Hodan grows her business and looks to the future with excitement.
Thu / May 12 / 2022
New child-friendly space at Vienna Central Station: A place for children in crisis to be children again
Together with Caritas, SOS Children's Villages Austria runs a day centre for Ukraine refugees at Vienna’s main train station. A child-friendly space was set up on site.
Wed / May 11 / 2022
SOS Children’s Villages and partners are improving access to quality early childhood education for Uganda’s most vulnerable children through the Gunjula project.
Mon / May 09 / 2022
The war in Ukraine is impacting food security and financial stability for families in West and Central Africa
West and Central Africa is now facing a food and nutrition crisis in its third consecutive year with 33.4 million people expected to be in need of food assistance in 2022.
Fri / May 06 / 2022
Sneha grew up in an SOS Children’s Village in Assam, India, and was lucky to receive the love of two SOS mothers. In her own words, she describes their kindness.
Thu / May 05 / 2022
Venezuela’s descent into economic and political turmoil has pushed millions of Venezuelans to leave the country in search of better opportunities.
Wed / May 04 / 2022
At SOS Namibia, young Theresa found a home, and the encouragement to finish school. Now she is leaving care, with training and skills to embrace her future.