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  • SOS youth advocate Joseph at Women Deliver

    The Power of Youth: SOS Advocates Reflect on Women Deliver

    More than 8,000 world leaders, advocates, academics, activists and journalists from 165 countries gathered in Vancouver for Women Deliver 2019.

  • Two young refugee girls holding hands

    World Refugee Day 2019

    June 20th, 2019, is World Refugee Day. Norbert Meder, CEO of SOS International, calls on governments to do more.

  • Dasha and the women of the Happy Baby care center in Belarus

    When the Abuse Ends

    After escaping domestic violence, a mother and daughter have only SOS Children's Villages to turn to.

  • Susana, an SOS Mother from Liberia

    Wading Through the Waters

    SOS’ Family Strengthening Programs expand as communities in Monrovia, Liberia, become especially vulnerable during the rainy season.

  • Rohingya refugee child looking directly at camera

    Bangladesh: Education of Rohingya Children Remains a Leading Concern

    Amid the ongoing Rohingya refugee crisis, SOS Children's Villages works to bring education into the lives of children in Bangladesh.

  • Twin siblings with their SOS mother

    Staying Together in Care

    When twin brother and sister Naol* and Beki* arrive home from kindergarten, their SOS mother wraps her arms around them in a big hug.

  • Ala'a Fataftah

    Becoming Better Mothers

    At the SOS Family Strengthening Program in Bethlehem, Palestine, a group of single mothers learn an unorthodox approach to improving communication with their children.

  • Albertine smiling.

    Stability, Love, and a Happy Childhood

    Albertine* was born into a family where her parents suffered from addiction and couldn’t adequately provide for her.

  • Akpena in class

    Perseverance and Hope in Ondangwa

    Akpena* is working hard to make her dreams a reality. As the eldest child in her family, she aspires to succeed in preventing her four siblings from experiencing the hardship she has endured.

  • Debtera*

    Home Away From Home

    How an SOS project in Ethiopia is improving the lives of vulnerable children and the surrounding community.

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