In a historic move, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly selected ‘Children without parental care’ as the theme for the ‘Rights of the Child’ resolution for 2019.
Thu / January 03 / 2019
Mon / December 24 / 2018
On Saturday, December 22, a tsunami followed an eruption and apparent landslide on Anak Krakatau, or Child of Krakatoa, one of the world's most infamous volcanic islands. More than 300 have died because of the tsunami.
Tue / December 18 / 2018
For two girls abandoned at a train station in India, they've found a loving home and SOS mother to care and protect them.
Fri / December 14 / 2018
Dembe dreamed of being a midwife but her family's limited resources meant that getting an education was out of reach. With the support SOS Children's Villages, she now has a certificate in nursing and has a bright future.
Wed / December 05 / 2018
Magaly first arrived at an SOS Village in Peru at the age of five. Now 22, she is looking forward to a career as a teacher and helping vulnerable children in her community.
Fri / November 30 / 2018
Two young brothers from Sudbury are on a mission with SOS Children's Villages Canada to make a difference in the lives of children who are not as fortunate as they are.
Thu / November 29 / 2018
“As a family we do not think Tendaii would be alive today were it not for the support we received from the SOS Family Strengthening team, and now we are able to keep fighting.”
Wed / November 28 / 2018
Partners like Cirque du Soleil help SOS to provide innovative programming that transforms the lives of vulnerable children and youth around the world.
Tue / November 27 / 2018
In the three years since he was injured during the Nepal earthquake, Soumy* has fully recovered and lives with his father's new family.
Tue / November 20 / 2018
Reaffirming the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in these challenging times is a global obligation.