SOS Children's Villages
SOS Children's Villages
04/25/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
Two years ago, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck #Nepal, killing an estimated 9,000 people and causing widespread damage. Since then, #SOSChildrensVillages has supported 28,000 children and their families in their recovery. #nepalearthquake
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SOS Children's Villages
SOS Children's Villages
04/21/2017 at 08:46. Facebook
Finding decent work is a challenge for young people in Latin America. #YouthCan! and #YouthLinks are two initiatives that aim to help young people prepare for the workplace and independence. Find out more about the regional launch in Costa Rica and about how we work with partners to empower young people: [ Bit.ly Link ]
#youthemployment #youthareourfuture #independentyouth
Finding decent work is a challenge for young people in Latin America

Enhancing youth employability in Latin America

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Sohail Lone
Sumaira Chouhan
Sharmake Salaad
When families face hardship, support tailored to the specific needs of each family helps to create opportunities and a more stable environment for children. This video shows how SOS Romania works to empower families. #RightCare #StrongFamilies #SOSChildrensVillages
Niels Peter Rygaard
Mathilde Mukuzo
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Every day, children in all countries and all cultures experience violence. Children without parental care are among the most vulnerable to violence. New report The Right to Protection: Ending Violence against Children describes the different forms of violence against children, the impact violence can have on a child, and highlights effective projects around world to reduce and prevent...
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Every day children in all countries and all cultures experience violence Children

The Right to Protection: Ending violence against children

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Sharmake Salaad
Helen Blyth West
What do these objects have in common? They symbolise the personal experience of five young people leaving alternative care. Young experts play an important role in 'Prepare for Leaving Care', a project which aims to ensure that the rights of young people in alternative care are respected and that they are prepared for an independent life. Find out more about the project and read what...
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What do these objects have in common They symbolise the personal experience
Together with young people, SOS Children's Villages Hungary has developed fun sports games and activities as part of the Move it! Intercultural learning through sport Erasmus+ project. What a great way to bring young people from different countries and backgrounds together! Curious about the games and want to see photos? Click on this link and go to 'Letöltés' to read more in English: [ Bit.ly...
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Together with young people SOS Childrens Villages Hungary has developed fun sports
Sharmake Salaad
Sharmake Salaad
DrNoora Al-Aqmer
Congratulations to Diksha, Kiran, and Dulfisha for winning the Bronze Medal for India in Floor Hockey at Special Olympics World Winter Games 2017, and to Vidushi for being awarded Best Player of Floor Ball! Photos: Nicole Hillgruber
More about these outstanding athletes: [ Bit.ly Link ]
#SOSChildrensVillages #BeBoldForChange #austria2017 #heartbeatfortheworld #SOSIndia
Congratulations to Diksha Kiran and Dulfisha for winning the Bronze Medal for
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Subhi Abhijeet Dalvi
Ashok Kumar Singh
A loving family and the love for music: it wonderfully came together during the visit of Martin Garrix to SOS Children’s Village Cape Town. How the children and youth experienced their encounter with SOS friend Martin Garrix? They are excited to tell you themselves!
Bill Martin
Four amazing, inspiring young women from India have made their own dream come true and represented their country at the #SpecialOlympics World Winter Games 2017 in Austria. Read more: [ Bit.ly Link ]

#austria2017 #heartbeatfortheworld #SOSChildrensVillages #SOSIndia
Four amazing inspiring young women from India have made their own dream

Four young athletes from SOS Children’s Villages India compete for medals at the Special Olympics 2017 in Austria

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Anamika Bhondele
Jawaharlal Kachru
Moushumi Khan
Siddhartha Kaul, President of SOS Children’s Villages International, was bestowed with the Sri Lanka Ranjana Award, a recognition for ‘distinguished services of highly meritorious nature’. The award was presented by Maithripala Sirisena, the President of Sri Lanka, and two children from SOS Sri Lanka accepted it on behalf of Mr Kaul at the official ceremony. “I am humbled and I feel honoured”,...
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Siddhartha Kaul President of SOS Childrens Villages International was bestowed with the
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Akwoch Dok
Silajit Mukherjee
"In war zones, children's emotional wounds stay much longer than the physical, and trauma can stay forever. Bringing a child back into normal life through education, a home, safety and stability is essential to rebuild countries. A child is still a child, no matter what their asylum status.”
- Richard Pichler, #SOSChildrensVillages Special Representative for External Affairs and Resources, at...
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In war zones childrens emotional wounds stay much longer than the physical
Niels Yde
Mona Mellbin
Naresh Pradhananga
#SOSChildrensVillages helps children affected by the 3-year conflict in #Ukraine. Listen to their hopes, dreams and wishes for peace.
Helen Blyth West
"Everywhere I went in Aleppo I asked children what they want to become when they are older. They told me they want to become a baker, a doctor or a teacher – all the things they don’t have."
- Andreas Papp, International Director of Emergency Response for SOS Children’s Villages, after visiting the ravaged Syrian city
#SOSChildrensVillages Let children be children.
Everywhere I went in Aleppo I asked children what they want to
Richard Kalla
SOS Children’s Villages and our partners are excited to announce a free, new online course: Getting Care Right for Children - Implementing the UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children

This Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is designed for practitioners, policymakers and anyone working to provide #CARE for children.

The course starts on Monday, 15 May 2017, and lasts six weeks.

It...
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SOS Childrens Villages and our partners are excited to announce a free
Afifa Dirani
Empowering #women and #girls plus achieving #genderequality are priorities of the Sustainable Development Goals (#SDG 5). Closing the #gendergap in all areas supports sustainable futures for all.
Strong women make strong families.
Happy #InternationalWomensDay to all inspiring, resourceful and caring women around the world!
#IWD2017 #SOSChildrensVillages
Empowering women and girls plus achieving genderequality are priorities of the Sustainable
Six years of war have forced millions of Syrians to flee their country and have had devastating effects on children and families still in the country. SOS Children's Villages has been on the ground throughout the conflict, providing care and protection for children and urgent relief for families in need. #Syria #emergencies #childprotection #SOSChildrensVillages
#SOSChildrensVillages endorses #LostinMigration call to protect and ensure care for children in migration, and to let their voices be heard. Read the recommendations here:
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Photo: SOS Children's Villages/Gevgelija, FYR Macedonia/2015
SOSChildrensVillages endorses LostinMigration call to protect and ensure care fo
Efrem Tedla
Amita Kapoor
Ismail Javed Mylo