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SOS believes all children should belong to a family which is why they look after children who have lost their parents through war, famine, disease or poverty.
For nearly sixty years, SOS Children has developed an approach based on building a community for children who have nobody to turn to. Traditionally, they provide children with a home, a family and a new mother in a purpose-built local Village, where they can stay until they are ready for independent life.
SOS Children currently run 518 of these unique SOS Children’s Villages and 392 Youth Homes, caring directly for more than 78,000 children in 125 countries worldwide.
‘SOS Children - a charity where deeds speak louder than words’ The Dalai LamaBack to News & Media