Johannesburg – On 1 March 2017, SOS Children’s Villages will launch its lighthouse project “YouthCan!”- a global partnership of civil society and corporates with the ambition to support young people to successfully manage the transition to independent adulthood.
Tropical storm DINEO caused severe damage to SOS Children’s Village Inhambane in Mozambique.
People conceive and give birth to children for a variety of reasons, often because doing so satisfies their psychological, social, economic or physical needs. However, it is vital that the needs of the unborn child are first and foremost.
According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, 795 million people worldwide are chronically undernourished, 220 million of them living in Sub-Saharan Africa. More than 14 million South Africans goes to bed hungry every night and a staggering 3 million of these are children.
Financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2015
We all have Human Rights, but we often forget that children are entitled to these rights too. They are our future and duty bearers must play a role to ensure that the children’s rights are realised and their voices are heard. It is, therefore, important to make sure that all decisions that govern humanity take cognisance of children’s rights.
This year 100 youth from SOS Children’s Villages South Africa will be benefiting from Life Skills, Maths and Science and Psycho-Social Development Camps, sponsored by HSBC as part of their global Future First programme.
The objective of this site is to make it as easy as possible for the donations we need so much to get easily into our bank account! Why? Because without your support we will not be able to give the care to all the children that need it.
Global leaders and youth advocates launch new partnership and fund to end violence against children everywhere
New PSA with UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Liam Neeson premiers to raise awareness and drive action to #ENDviolence
A powerful earthquake, measuring 7.8 in magnitude, has struck about 80 kilometres northwest of Nepal's capital, Kathmandu.
One of our values is our accountability - therefore it is important for us to share our financial report and Annual Report with you.