• The Welcome Home Hug

    A glimpse into a regular day for a family at the SOS Children’s Village Monrovia, Liberia

  • Photo Essay: SOS Children’s Villages’ Steady Presence Delivers Relief for Families in Syria and Beyond

    As Syria marks the sixth anniversary of civil war in March, SOS continues its decades of uninterrupted work to help the country’s vulnerable children.

  • Built to Last: SOS Children’s Villages Keeps Children Safe Against Natural Disaster

    Recent emergencies in Philippines, Nepal and Haiti show the value of sound construction

  • Keeping Traditions Alive

    Modise loves to dance. She is a member of the ever-so-talented Serowe Village traditional dance group

  • The Ripple Effect

    Mirielle’s* mother was an orphan who unwillingly got pregnant as soon as she finished primary school

  • A Doctor in the Making

    “Lily* has everything it takes to become a medical doctor one day,” says her SOS mother enthusiastically

  • The Circus Performer

    14-year-old Abeba lost her loving father in a traffic accident when she was nine. She lives in a household of women, with her mother and her younger sisters

  • Through the Darkness Comes Light

    For baby Ruth,* one can hardly imagine a more difficult start in life. Ruth was born to a girl who was only a child herself

  • A Shining Example

    The beaming smile on his face says it all. Leon was raised by his single mother who struggled to send her five children to school

  • Something to Sing About!

    Hawa* was 4 months old when she arrived at the SOS Children’s Village in Kita. Like many other children in Mali, she was in a weak state, and suffered from severe malnutrition


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