Around the world, children who have fled warfare and disaster are facing prejudice, suspicion and even imprisonment as they search for a safe place to call home.
Lezel Molefe, Programme Director in Cape Town, reflects on the water crisis and how the village is preparing for Day Zero.
Seven years, to the day, since the Syrian civil war began, the city is barely recognisable.
Professor Ruth Finnegan describes how her time in Sierra Leone inspired her work, and a lifelong commitment to SOSUK.
When ISIS took over the Iraqi towns of Mosul and Sinjar in 2014 many of the men and boys were murdered, and countless women and girls were captured.
Escalating violence in Damascus has worsened an already dire humanitarian crisis for children who have been trapped in the city by government forces since 2013.