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“Tía Chely” – over 46 years as an SOS mother

Graciela, known as “Tía Chely”, started as an SOS mother in 1969 and has raised over 100 chi...

Leo thanks his SOS mum!

Leo reflects on the effect his SOS mother has had on him, and how she has intensely influenced th...

I belong with my family

Mimi, 12, was born into a family of pastoralists in Ethiopia. Growing up, Mimi had to tolerate th...

Hard Work, Big Rewards

SOS mother Wilma of SOS Children's Village Manila has shaped many tender lives. She not only has...

The story of KS

My name is KS. I was born and raised in Africa and came to UK at the age of 16 years with my pare...

Elvin is home at SOS Children’s Village Mzuzu

Elvin is one of ovver 60,000 children under our care. Over 5,000 SOS mothers look after the child...

SOS Children’s Villages emergency work in Syria

An estimated 13.5 million Syrians need urgent assistance. Since 2011, Syria has been the centre o...

Healthcare

Every child living in an SOS Children's Village has access to quality healthcare, ensuring they g...

More help for Niger and Nigeria

SOS Children’s Villages is ramping up its emergency response for children and families affected...

Why is literacy a human right?

If you were to list our human rights, would you include the ability to read and write?

Delivering help in Aleppo

“The situation is very hard for the families who are now living outside Aleppo city. Most of th...

Liberty Quilt SOS – The Quilts Arrive in Romania

During 2016, SOS Children’s Villages UK has been working with Liberty fabric retailer Alice Car...