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  • SOS mother Penny with Pius, Veila and Tulela

    Siblings Find Love After Abuse and Neglect

    Tulela and her siblings were birthed to a single mother who had an alcohol problem. She would leave the three children all by themselves with nothing to eat.

  • Rohingya child refugee eating a food ration

    Child Care Spaces for Rohingya Refugee Children

    Starting in March 2018, SOS Children’s Villages Bangladesh opened five child care spaces to help Rohingya children at one of several refugee camps in the Cox’s Bazar district.

  • Infant smiling in Urkaine

    In Ukraine the Displaced Help the Displaced

    Many of the SOS Children’s Villages staff who help vulnerable families in Ukraine are themselves casualties of the conflict

  • Micro-finance in Botswana

    The Bafana Family

    “I had not been feeling well for a while, but I did not go to the doctor,” says Bafana. “Between using the little money I had on myself and providing for my two children, I chose to sacrifice my health. Feeding my children was more important.”

  • Dream Mountain

    Dream Mountains 2018 Everest Base Trek

    When Canadian businessman Shawn Dawson set out to climb the highest peak on each of the seven continents, he felt it would be more meaningful if his quest was part of a larger goal.

  • Girl writing on blackboard in Niger

    The House of Twins

    The SOS family living in the seventh house down the village path in Niamey, Niger, isn't really like any other household. Eight children live there, but you could easily be mistaken to think that there are only five as there are three pairs of identical twins!

  • SOS Children's Villages Canada

    SOS Children’s Villages Canada Responds to Budget 2018

    SOS Children’s Villages Canada applauds new investments aimed at advancing gender equality in Canada and around the world in Budget 2018

  • Help children and families in Somaliland

    Helping Children and Families in Somaliland

    When Halimo and her family arrived at Hargeisa, Somaliland's capital, she sold their last goat for $10. The rest of the family goats, sheep and camels died in the drought that, for the fourth year, is ravaging the region

  • Statement on Child Safeguarding and Reporting

    SOS Children’s Villages operates in 135 countries and territories including societies devastated by war, political unrest, epidemics or natural disasters

  • Transat visits Dominican Republic

    Canadian bloggers Share Their Experience Visiting SOS Children’s Villages Programs

    In November, Air Transat sent four Canadian bloggers on a different kind of trip to the Dominican Republic – one that would change their views of travel, motherhood, and the world

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