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An unforgettable summer of basketball, education and friendships: In the summer of 2018, University of Pennsylvania and SOS Liberia teamed up to help girls build skills and confidence.
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.
Two-thirds of people in Monrovia, Liberia's capital, live in makeshift homes built in lowlands and swamps. SOS Children’s Villages Liberia works with some 200 families to improve their living conditions.
Decontee Zangar used to struggle to provide for her family. A single mother with five children and another child from her extended family, she sold crushed granite to survive. Today, she has a thriving business selling food.
Becky* and Ishmael* play happily with their SOS mother and siblings in the SOS Children’s Village Monrovia in Liberia. It is easy to forget the circumstances that took them there more than three years ago, after losing their parents during the Ebola outbreak – yet the specter ...
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.