We work to achieve sustainable development in key areas such as poverty, inequality, education, health, social and child protection and fulfilling work.
March 31 2015
In Benin, an ICT4D ‘Telemedicine Kit’ pilot by SOS Children’s Villages, Inmarsat and Safe Patient System is bringing advanced medical care to communities far from hospitals.
October 6 2014
Ever since the outbreak of the Ebola virus in Liberia, getting admission into any health care facility has become a major challenge. Most health facilities are reluctant to accept patients due to their fear of the deadly Ebola virus.
September 26 2014
The SOS Children’s Villages community has suffered a second, tragic loss as a result of the Ebola virus. Monrovia medical center was closed for one week as precaution; closest co-workers remain under observation.
March 7 2013
One child in every 11 dies as a result of preventable health conditions in Ethiopia. A quarter of the population – most of whom are illiterate and poor– live at least 10km from any health facility. Rural women are now at the forefront of change.
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