Who We Are

SOS Children's Villages take action for children as an independent non-governmental social development organization. We respect varying religions and cultures, and we work in countries and communities where our mission can contribute to development. We work in the spirit of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and we promote these rights around the world. With the SOS Children's Village concept, our organization pioneered a family approach to the long-term care of orphaned and abandoned children. The concept is based on four principles.

The Mother: Each child has a caring parent. Click here for more details...

The SOS mother builds a close relationship with every child entrusted to her, and provides the security, love and stability that each child needs. As a child care professional, she lives together with the children, guides their development, and runs her household independently. She recognizes and respects each child's family background, cultural roots and religion.

Brothers and Sisters: Family ties grow naturally. Click here for more details...

Girls and boys of different ages live together as brothers and sisters, with natural brothers and sisters always staying within the same SOS family. These children and their SOS mother builds emotional ties that last a lifetime.

The House: Each family creates its own home. Click here for more details...

The house is the family's home, with its own unique feeling, rhythm and routine. Under its roof, children enjoy a real sense of security and belonging. Children grow and learn together, sharing responsibilities and all the joys and sorrows of daily life.

The Village: The SOS family is a part of the community. Click here for more details...

SOS families live together, forming a supportive village environment where children enjoy a happy childhood. The families share experiences and offer one another a helping hand. They also live as integrated and contributing members of the local community. Through his or her family, village and community, each child learns to participate actively in society.


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