A note on children in conflict

SOS Children's Villages Sri Lanka
"As the world looks in horror at the unfolding series of disasters in Japan, the thoughts of everyone at SOS Children's Villages are with the hundreds of thousands who have lost loved ones, livelihoods and homes. Catastrophes like this concern us all and demand our solidarity! Disasters of this magnitude command our full attention and commitment; the world seems ...

SOS Children's Villages in Egypt were broken into

SOS Children's Villages Sri Lanka
3/02/2011Crisis and insecurity deepen: The SOS Children's Villages in Cairo and Alexandria were broken into. Children and SOS mothers are unharmed, while the director of the village of Alexandria was injured but could return to the village after treatment in hospital, said Mr Amr Aboelazayem, director of SOS Children's Villages Egypt. Groups of young men entered the SOS Children's Villages ...

Pictures from Batticaloa: post-rain

SOS Children's Villages Sri Lanka
SOS Children's Villages Sri Lanka has many projects being carried out in Batticaloa; one of the hardest hits areas after the recent torrential rains.Below are some pictures captured by our Senior Staff Co-worker Mr. Jeyaprakash during and after the rains. SOS Kindergarden which was under 4 feet of water

Nelson Mandela - Friend of SOS

SOS Children's Villages Sri Lanka
Former South African president and anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela released a new book called Conversations with Myself. Published by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and based on his personal archive of letters, diaries, and reflections, the book reveals the human being behind the public figure.Ninety-two-year-old Nelson Mandela is a Nobel Peace Prize winner and great humanitarian. Through his presidency of South ...