Three times each day, Ayman and Abdi cautiously inspect the baby birds in the brooder to check on their health. The six-week-old chicks are soft and delicate and need a lot of care to survive.
Wed / August 10 / 2022
Tue / August 09 / 2022
Bernard is a widowed father of three. He lives on the outskirts of Cotonou, Benin’s economic capital
Mon / August 08 / 2022
Shruti is a quiet 22-year-old youth, who grew up in SOS Children’s Village Bhimtal, who loves traveling, learning new things, reading, and writing.
Thu / July 14 / 2022
Zuozugu School Project: Promoting child rights to education in rural Ghana through family strengthening
Akida could only dream of school and becoming a doctor - until her family received support from SOS's "Zuozugu 100 Children to School" project in rural Ghana.
Thu / July 07 / 2022
“I am growing every day”: Interview with Sneha Bhuyan, YouthCan! participant and alumna of SOS India
In this interview, Sneha talks about her experience in YouthCan!, her experience with SOS India, and she shares advice to care leavers entering the job market.
Tue / July 05 / 2022
From difficult beginnings, to childhood at an SOS Children's Village, Yvette is now a smart and passionate child rights advocate with a bright future and big plans.
Mon / July 04 / 2022
Five years after the launch of the “Tantie Bagage” project, SOS Children’s Villages has helped hundreds of girls out of child labour in Cote d’Ivoire.
Thu / June 30 / 2022
An interview with Susana Puerto-Gonzalez, Senior Youth Employment Specialist at the International Labour Organization about the youth employment crisis.
Mon / June 27 / 2022
Ukrainian foster parents Lena and Mykola came to SOS Romania with their daughter and two foster children. The family now has a new routine and purpose.
Tue / June 21 / 2022
The Horn of Africa is experiencing the worst drought in more than 40 years. The UN estimates 16.7 million people are in need of emergency food assistance.