SOS Children's Villages
SOS Children's Villages
06/23/2017 at 04:40. Facebook
“Millions of people are facing food insecurity and displacement in parts of East Africa. The combination of displacement and insufficient nourishment takes an especially unfair toll on children. With more challenging months ahead of us, we call upon governments and all our humanitarian partners to join us in ensuring that children have sufficient food and water, and that families have the...
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Rashilla Francis
Sandhya Nanna
Jean Claude Sow
SOS Children's Villages
SOS Children's Villages
06/21/2017 at 14:48. Facebook
Roughly one out of ten children is facing life’s challenges without adequate care and support. Take a look at our International Annual Report 2016 to find out how #SOSChildrensVillages supports children and families in 135 countries and territories worldwide, working with communities and partners towards ensuring that no child grows up alone: [ Bit.ly Link ]

#NoChildAlone #Impact #children
Roughly one out of ten children is facing lifes challenges without adequate
Yanette Carrillo
Sandhya Nanna
SOS Children's Villages
SOS Children's Villages
06/20/2017 at 06:26. Facebook
Today is #WorldRefugeeDay. On this and every day, #SOSChildrensVillages works globally to care for and protect children, and to keep displaced families together. Read about our work in Armenia, Greece, Hungary, Italy ... and other countries: [ Bit.ly Link ]
#WithRefugees
Today is WorldRefugeeDay On this and every day SOSChildrensVillages works globally to
Mohamed Ali
Moussa Dansoko
Sandhya Nanna
#AfricanChildren are particularly vulnerable to falling behind in the global development agenda laid out by the Sustainable Development Goals. If global inequality is not urgently addressed and the rights of children in #Africa are not upheld and guaranteed, the lives and the future of these children are at risk: [ Bit.ly Link ]
#DAC17 #NoChildShouldGrowUpAlone #SOSChildrensVillages #SDG...
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AfricanChildren are particularly vulnerable to falling behind in the global deve

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Sandhya Nanna
Ramiro Guerra
As we approach #WorldRefugeeDay 2017, #SOSChildrensVillages emergency programmes are helping refugees and internally displaced people in more than a dozen countries. On this and every day, we work to care for children, protect their rights and keep families together.
#WithRefugees
As we approach WorldRefugeeDay 2017 SOSChildrensVillages emergency programmes ar
Hamuti Alemu
Akwoch Dok
Mario Campaner
Like many families across drought-stricken regions of East Africa, those in northern Kenya's Marsabit County are struggling against the odds. Many Marsabit families depend on livestock for survival and drought is severely affecting their pastoral livelihoods. #SOSChildrensVillages illustrates their challenges.
Like many families across droughtstricken regions of East Africa those in northern

Photo essay: Families struggle for survival in drought-stricken northern Kenya

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Today is #GlobalDayofParents and millions of children still grow up without parental care. We takes action to ensure that no child is left behind. Our recently published policy paper, ‘A World That Cares – How to support children without parental care through the Sustainable Development Goals’ provides recommendations for policy-makers on how to ensure that sustainable development also reaches...
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Today is GlobalDayofParents and millions of children still grow up without parental
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Meera Budhathoki
Comfort Lughano Chiwaka
Helene Boeser of SOS Children’s Villages Netherlands spent nine days evaluating our emergency response in Peru, which is still recovering from March floods and landslides. The disaster left an estimated 1.4 million people in need of assistance, including 400,000 children. In an interview, she discusses #SOSChildrensVillages' emergency response and the ongoing needs of affected families: [...
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Helene Boeser of SOS Childrens Villages Netherlands spent nine days evaluating our

Peru: Helping families recover from natural disaster

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Aslam Shah
When families are suddenly confronted with multiple challenges, they may see their long-term well-being and their children’s development, education or health at risk. In Tanzania, SOS Children’s Villages works with parents like Judith, whose husband died and whose son requires special medical treatment, to help prevent family breakdown and build resilience. More: [ Bit.ly Link...
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When families are suddenly confronted with multiple challenges they may see their

Young family in Tanzania gets a new start on life

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Ruth Hansen
“I wanted my daughter to have a better childhood than mine, but I didn't know how to make it happen,” says Kristina, a single mother from Brovary, Ukraine. Her story: [ Bit.ly Link ]
#ImpactofCare #StrongFamilies #SOSChildrensVillages
I wanted my daughter to have a better childhood than mine but
Creating a world that cares means creating a society in which all children have a fair chance to grow up in a caring and nurturing environment where they can develop to their full potential.
‘A World That Cares – How to support children without parental care through the Sustainable Development Goals’ provides recommendations for policy-makers on how to ensure that sustainable development also...
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Creating a world that cares means creating a society in which all
Lama Ali
Every child should grow up in a safe and nurturing family environment. On International Day of Families, we are celebrating strong and resilient families around the world: [ Bit.ly Link ]
#FamilyDay #SOSFamilies #StrongFamilies #ImpactOfCare
Every child should grow up in a safe and nurturing family environment
Puran Singh
Mary Gwang is an SOS mother in South Sudan. Here is how she cares for her SOS family every day.
#SOSChildrensVillages #ChildCare #SouthSudan
Marsha Wright
Archie Archana Lokhande
Betty Grace
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
Kim Tae Yang
Tsering Dhondup Kongpo
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