Read the latest updates from SOS Children's Villages
July 17 2020
The big challenge for states lifting lockdown restrictions will be to create conditions for a safe return to work—especially for youth, as the population most affected by the measures to tackle coronavirus.
July 11 2020
Although coronavirus has been slow to take hold in Africa, hotspots have emerged with a scale and depth of financial shock forcing many families to resort to child labor.
July 10 2020
11 July is the European Union’s official day of remembrance for the victims of the Srebrenica genocide. SOS Children’s Villages supports families in Srebrenica, some of whom - like Marika - lost family members in the genocide.
July 8 2020
Since the violent death of George Floyd, people in the USA and around the world have been taking to the streets to protest against racism. It's an issue that affects us all!
July 2 2020
Andi Supriyanto, 24, grew up at SOS Children’s Villages Indonesia (Jakarta). Today, he is a nurse on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
July 2 2020
For four years, Mpho Gakedirelwe, a social worker at SOS Children’s Villages Tlokweng in Botswana, has worked with children smuggled across the border to Botswana.
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