• Advocating for Children's Rights in Palestine

    Maya is a 17-year-old girl representing the children of Bethlehem governorate as the president of the Palestinian Children Council.

  • Lebanese Youth Powering Environmental Change

    The Go Green initiative is part of the Youth Power program at SOS Children's Villages Lebanon, supporting young changemakers in realizing innovative ideas that contribute to the sustainable development of their community.

  • Typhoon Molave Hits SOS Vietnam

    Heavy rains, catastrophic floods and landslides have affected more than a million people in Vietnam this month.

  • Confronting Domestic Violence in Latin America

    More than half of the children in Latin America experience domestic violence each year. In the world’s most violent region, emotional support is key to break the cycle of abuse.

  • A Young Refugee Gets a Chance to Excel

     "Living as a refugee can be very frustrating and stressful since you are never sure about your life and your future since other people are deciding for you."

  • Self-Help Groups Empowering Indian Women

    Women living in poverty, with low levels of education and without a livelihood are often denied opportunities to be heard and empowered.

  • Siblings Form New Memories Despite Childhood Trauma

    The painful memories of abuse Oba* suffered as a child often sneak into his consciousness, no matter his frantic efforts to bury them.

  • COVID-19: Pay Attention to Children's Mental Health

    The second wave of coronavirus infections rising means we need to remember what we learned from the first: that living through a pandemic can be hard on the mental wellbeing of children.

  • Beirut: Resilience in the Aftermath

    SOS Children’s Villages is assessing the needs in Beirut, Lebanon to help children and families regain their economic and emotional resilience.

  • Thriving Even Under Lockdown

    As lockdowns hinder education worldwide, Sahan* and his brothers adapt and thrive.


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