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February 2015

Malawi update: Families torn apart by floods, Building a new life in Laos, Ukraine ceasefire: “All hopes are on the negotiations”, Qiqihar Village: A new nursery and dulcimer drama, What is social justice?, Ethiopia update: Two happy endings, Schools reopen as Ebola declines, Out of orphanages, into families: How the world can learn from Moldova, Pictures of the month
Malawi update: Families torn apart by floods

Malawi update: Families torn apart by floods

Feb 05, 2015 03:40 PM

Families in Blantyre and Ngabu have been separated amid some of the country's worst flooding in recent times. We are working to reunite children with their parents.

Building a new life in Laos

Building a new life in Laos

Feb 11, 2015 03:25 PM

In January, SOS supporter Wendy got in touch to ask what was going on at our Villages in Laos. Today, we introduce you to two very special children. Nouni has made huge leaps forward since she came to Xiengkhouang Village a sad, quiet girl after the death of her parents. Phay looks back on his first day in Vientane and considers his journey since.

Ukraine ceasefire: “All hopes are on the negotiations”

Ukraine ceasefire: “All hopes are on the negotiations”

Feb 13, 2015 12:05 PM

Yesterday, leaders from Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France reached a deal to bring an end to the fighting in Ukraine. Ordinary people in the country's east are desperate for peace, but whatever the outcome, life has changed forever.

Qiqihar Village: A new nursery and dulcimer drama

Qiqihar Village: A new nursery and dulcimer drama

Feb 16, 2015 04:45 PM

Carol recently got in touch to find out what was going on at our Village in the Chinese municipality of Qiqihar. We are delighted to bring you an update straight from the Village, where our newly expanded SOS Nursery is preparing to admit an extra 162 children from the local community.

Ethiopia update: Two happy endings

Ethiopia update: Two happy endings

Feb 20, 2015 01:15 PM

Richard and his wife visited Harrar Village in Ethiopia twelve years ago and have been supporters ever since. Richard wrote to us and asked to hear more about our work there. Here, we introduce you to two children whose lives were transformed by supporters like Richard.

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