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  • Haneen and Agnes prepare to speak in Geneva at UN

    Girls Speak Up for Children's Rights at the UN

    This International Day of the Girl Child, we celebrate girls around the world who raise their voices for children’s rights and help shape a better future for young people.

  • Intact matching campaign 2018

    Intact Insurance is Doubling Donations

    Every donation made to support SOS Children’s Villages Canada’s will be matched by Intact Insurance until October 30, 2018.

  • Palu residents, including women and children, at airport during evacuation after tsunami in Indonesia

    Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami Update

    On September 28, a tsunami, triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake, hit the coastal Indonesian city of Palu. SOS Children's Villages in Indonesia are unaffected but an emergency response team is being set up to ensure affected children receive care and protection. 

  • Children outside rebuilt school in Aleppo Syria

    Damaged School Reopens with Support of SOS Syria

    SOS Children’s Villages Syria helps to rebuild a school in Aleppo so children can access an education once again. 

  • Young girl smiling

    A Loving SOS Mother and Good Health Care Help a Little Girl in Morocco

    The dedication of a loving SOS mother and access to good health care help a little girl in Morocco become herself again.

  • Attentive girl in class

    Grace's Story: Second Chance for an Education

    Grace* shares her story of how SOS Children's Villages gave her the chance to pursue an education.

  • Girl at computer in SOS computer lab

    World Leaders Unite to Boost Youth Employment

    SOS Children’s Villages International is joining world leaders today at the UN in New York to launch a new partnership that aims to get every young person into quality education, training or employment by 2030.

  • Young mother with siblings at home in Ondangwa, Namibia.

    Cornelia's Story: Caring for her siblings and son

    Cornelia is a single mother of one son and the caregiver for her two siblings, Simon and Hilma. When Cornelia was just 17, her mother passed away, leaving her with the responsibility of caring for her two siblings.

  • Widow with her six children in Ondangwa, Namibia

    Selma Shares her Success

    Selma is only 37-years-old and she is already a single mother and caregiver to six children of her own, plus a grandchild. She approached the SOS Family Strengthening team in Ondangwa, Namibia, for help. 

  • Mother and children part of the Family Strengthening Program in Ondangwa, Namibia

    Bringing Hope to a Remote Shantytown

    In a shantytown in northern Namibia, the SOS Family Strengthening Program is bringing new skills and opportunities to vulnerable women and children.

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