A new entry from Kiara and Oana in their SOS Villages
Another entry from Oana in Romania and Kiara in Ghana
First entries from SOS workers Kiara and Oana. Kiara works at SOS International College in Ghana, and Oana works at the SOS Children's Village Bucharest in Romania.
A portrait of a group carrying supplies after the earthquake in SOS Children's Village Santo, Haiti.
The SOS Children's Villages and Red Cross co-workers setting up a medical tent for in the SOS Children's Villages Santo after the Haiti earthquake.
Modern technology and its impact on emergency relief work in Haiti.
Our priorities and why they are important Our aim is to enhance the effectiveness of our long-term family based care model. The outcome of the work will depend on the quality and success of the social integration for our children and youth within the Sudanese culture, believes and religions. The main focus will be on supporting the villages and especially also the youth facilities to reach the standards contained in the SOS Childrens Village Manual and SOS Sudan concept. A key secondary objective will be to utilise capacity to the maximum to contribute to continental and global goals in terms of beneficiary numbers.
Gambia is a multiethnic country; major ethnic groups include the Fula, Jola, Mandinka, Serahule, and Wolof. There is no part of The Gambia that is inhabited by one single ethnic group. This close dwelling has led to a sharing of many cultural traits among the groups, which has led to a movement toward a Gambian national culture. There has been a concentrated effort to represent the various minority ethnic groups in government. In addition to indigenous ethnic groups, there has also been an annual migration from Senegal, Guinea, and Mali. Many people from those countries come to trade in groundnuts (peanuts) and stay to settle.
I would not change my life in the village for anything!
Almost 150 years took Tomilino to possession of the princely family Obolensky grow into a noble and Industrial Research Center of the Moscow region. Today pgt Tomilino, located in the heart of Luberets area is a large municipality, which include multi-storey residential building with two neighborhoods Ekopark and poultry and a number of villages and towns: Mirny, Chkalovo, Tokarev, Khlystova, ZA-1 and 2, Kirillovka. The number of inhabitants over 60 thousand in the period of leave and holidays, this figure increases markedly.
SOS Children's Village Piliyandala in the capital of Colombo in Sri Lanka hosted about 200 children from the SOS Care Centre in Chettikulam refugee camp last month where they experienced family bonding and enjoyed their first homemade food in months. They were overwhelmed by the hospitality extended by the SOS families.