Through specialized trauma recovery techniques, we empower children to rebuild their futures, step by step.
August 13 2021
Michel Haddad joined the Emergency Response team of SOS Lebanon as a full-time psychologist providing psychosocial support and intervention to the families affected by the Beirut port explosion.
August 3 2021
Rawan* is a homemaker and mother of three daughters. Her husband Imad used to work in a factory security team. The life of their family changed drastically after the Beirut port explosion one year ago.
January 14 2021
When violence erupted in Burkina Faso, 12-year-old Khadidja and her family had to abandon everything overnight, leaving their home behind.
December 14 2020
The official signing of the Dayton Peace Agreement on December 14, 1995 put an end to the Bosnian War, the most devastating armed conflict on European soil since World War II.
December 6 2020
"I was afraid for my family and myself, so the only option I had was to flee home and my sister joined me."
November 27 2020
Rita and Jenny are inseparable. They were among the 35 children brought to the SOS Children’s Village in Kotayk, Armenia after their boarding school was evacuated.
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