The reason for the creation of the primary school in the Guinea-Bissau is related with the illiteracy "tax". The estimate to the return of 67% of the population, and with the insufficience of primary schools in the Guinea-Bissau.
This is the story of David, a young man and former SOS Child, whose suffering after the quake is, for me, totally beyond comprehension:
An SOS youth from SOS Children's Village Viet Tri tells about growing up in the village, her feelings and what a mother's love means:
The photograph above is of a youngster from CV Waterfalls, Zimbabwe, doing a crayon drawing.
A story from the aftermath of the Haiti quake, titled: 'SOS mother through and through':
A charming story about the youth facility of Erevan, in Armenia:
A recent story from Haiti, titled 'What a simple drawing might reveal':
A story about bringing in a new child to a Children's Village in Uganda:
This is a lovely little story about a generous granny who spent her time knitting for the children of the SOS Childrens Villages Nelspruit, South Africa:
Behind the Scenes at SOS Children's Village Nelspruit :