Baking with your mum in the kitchen is one of the nicer parts of being a kid, but not all children are as fortunate to have this time. For some children there is no kitchen or stable home because their parents are not around. For these children there is sometimes no choice other than to sleep on the street. I found out in this interview how such children are helped back into a life where they can enjoy simple pleasures like learning to bake. This is report is from Claudia Mödlagl, who is a psychologist for SOS Children’s Villages Brazil.
The SOS Playbus is a mobile play centre which is open to children and young adults in the community. A team of four teachers travel in the minibus, full of games and art materials, to places where children and young people spend their free time.
"Whenever I have this memory I give credit to my dearest SOS mother, Almaz Abate for instilling the value of hard work and for nurturing genuine love and care for others in me at such a young age."
This lunch is in the home of one of the families helped by SOS Children's Village program to prevent the abandonment of children.
On the 24th June 2008 SOS Children's Villages in the Philippines worked to distribute food to typhoon victims in Iloilo. This is a short account of how they did it.
Here is a bit of background to the SOS Children's Village Bahir Dar.
Ms Katerina Ilievska from the charity in Macedonia spent Easter in Romanian. This is her experience.
This little boy was a street child. I have been investigating the kind of future a street child might be able to have with some SOS support.
I have a little collection of facts for you about the Córdoba village to go with the photo of new snow.
In the August of 2005, SOS provided emergency relief in famine-struck Niger. This is the story of what happened: