• Children in a conga line in Damascus, Syria

    Photo Essay: 7 Years of War in Syria

    As Syria enters its eighth year of war in March, SOS Children’s Villages continues to support at-risk children and families and has expanded its capacity to meet the long-term care needs of children.

  • Giving oprhans a home in Côte d’Ivoire

    One Year Later, the Family is Closer Than Ever

    One year ago, SOS mother Nicole welcomed four new children in her family in SOS Children’s Village Yamoussoukro: Fiona, Denis, Dina and a three-year-old little boy named Ely. They are now well integrated, and make other children of the family forget the departure of those they have replaced.

  • Veliano holding his book “The Mystery of an Assured Future”

    Sickness, Setbacks and Triumphs: SOS Alum Tells his Story in a New Book

    Veliano Tembo says he has learnt many lessons in life, but two are the most important – not to judge the present as a precursor for the future and the value of family.

  • Tropical Cyclone Ava Damage

    Tropical Cyclone Ava Leaves Damage in Madagascar

    On January 5th, 2018, tropical cyclone Ava struck Madagascar leaving damage to SOS Children's Villages buildings

  • Boy smiling in Vietnam

    SOS Children’s Villages Marks 30 years in Vietnam

    SOS Children’s Villages Vietnam is marking the 30th year since it resumed work in the country’s post-war period and today provides family care, community support and educational programs across the once-divided nation.

  • Syrian refugee children with Jordanian children in classroom

    Education Brings Syrian Refugees and Jordanians Together

    SOS Children’s Villages’ Emergency Response Program (ERP) in Amman, Jordan empowers women and children to ensure a better future for their families.

  • British Ncube and his wife. The two are the musical duo of Stango and Nongoma.

    Following the Drum Beat of Your Heart

    SOS Alumni British Ncube reflects on fulfilling his dream of becoming a musician

  • Marco Paulo Monteiro

    SOS Alumni Becomes National Youth Leader

    An SOS national youth leader reflects on his own experiences growing up in an SOS Children’s Village

  • SOS Family in Les Cayes, Haiti

    A Loving Family of 7

    Mrs. Manouchka is in charge of house eleven at SOS Children’s Village Les Cayes in Haiti; she has been an SOS mother for two years now

  • Taking medication in Kitwe, Zambia

    World Aids Day: Living Positively With HIV

    Two mothers in Zambia share a similar story of recovery from near-death battles with HIV and how they are now living positively with the disease.


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