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March 2015

Pictures of the month: March 2015, What does it mean to be a mum?, Four years of war: Syria’s lost generation, Nigeria violence leaves 9,000 children alone in Niger, Missed Comic Relief? Never fear – our fundraising guide is here!, Making it happen for women and girls, Our Africa: The school report!
Making it happen for women and girls

Making it happen for women and girls

Mar 08, 2015 09:05 AM

This year, International Women's Day is all about making it happen – and we're proud to support a goal which is close to our hearts at SOS Children. Every day, we make it happen for women and girls in communities where discrimination and marginalisation can make things tough.

Our Africa: The school report!

Our Africa: The school report!

Mar 11, 2015 12:52 PM

On 19th March, school students from around the country will turn news reporters for the BBC News School Report. Here at SOS Children, School Report reminded us of the “Our Africa” film project – which gave African children the chance to capture life from their perspective.

Nigeria violence leaves 9,000 children alone in Niger

Nigeria violence leaves 9,000 children alone in Niger

Mar 20, 2015 12:15 PM

His parents already dead, 13-year-old Salifou could only look on as Boko Haram militants murdered his two brothers. Salifou is one of over 9,000 Nigerian children left alone, afraid and miles from home in the Diffa region of neighbouring Niger.

What does it mean to be a mum?

What does it mean to be a mum?

Mar 30, 2015 11:45 AM

Any mum will tell you that motherhood is one of life's great joys – but that doesn't make it easy. Krongtip knows this more than most. Over her two decades as an SOS mother in Thailand, she has cared for 34 children.

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