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SOSUK welcomes call to end ‘heartbreak’ of refugee family reunion rules

Aid agency SOS Children’s Villages UK welcomed comments by Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott o...

Busi’s Story – Eight Years On

Eight years after coming to our SOS Village in South Africa, Busi is now a happy and healthy youn...

Cambridge to mark World Orphan week with a series of award-winning films

SOS Children’s Villages UK has once again teamed up with the Arts Picturehouse in Cambridge to...

Charity film screening to be held in Cambridge for orphaned and abandoned children

SOSUK is marking World Orphan Week with a charity screening of Despicable Me at the Arts Pictureh...

SOS supporters take handmade quilts to the children of Vilnius, Lithuania.

Our friends at the Quilt SOS Project have just returned from Vilnius in Lithuania where they deli...

East Africa: Millions face famine

Nearly 20 million people in East Africa are facing severe food shortage as a result of the ongoin...

SOSUK’s ‘Power a Pupil’ featured in Catholic Times

Making an investment in global education. Find out more about #PoweraPupil in this week's Catholi...

SOSUK launches campaign to ‘Power a Pupil’

SOS Children’s Villages UK, the world’s largest charity caring for orphaned & abandoned child...

Emergency aid for Rohingya children in Bangladesh

More than 500,000 Rohingya refugees have arrived in Bangladesh since August this year following a...

Somalia: Bombing in Mogadishu kills hundreds

A devastating bombing in the centre of Mogadishu on Saturday has left more than 300 people dead a...

Keeping the family Unit together in Ecuador

16-year-old Sandra is speaking out with other youth from SOS Children's villages in Ecuador about...

Cycling over the Peaks of the Pyrenees

Last month Shengke cycled 650km through the Pyrenees for SOS Children's Villages UK, raising a ph...