Please donate towards a child's future!
Across the world, SOS Children’s Villages offers loving homes to about 80,000 orphaned and abandoned children. A great deal of our work depends upon the support of volunteers, without them SOS Children’s Villages would not be possible. Here are some ways that you can help raise funds for SOS and spread awareness about our cause.
Foster care is the temporary placement of a child who is in need of care and protection. The child is placed in the care of a suitable person who is not the parent or guardian of the child. In all these instances, the children are placed by a competent authority (Justice System) for the purpose of alternative care by preselected, qualified, approved and supervised State Partners, suited for providing such care.
Eswatini Develops reintegration guidelines
Eswatini Develops reintegration guidelines SOS Children’s Villages management has met to analyze and validate the newly developed reintegration guidelines at Mdolomba this July. Over the years the organisation has had challenges in re-integrating children back to their families and communities, mostly because reintegration is a very delicate, sensitive and emotional
A big milestone for the foster care programme
The 29th July 2022 marked a big milestone for the foster care programme, as it successfully placed a child into the hands of a capable and loving family, who desired to provide a loving home for the child. This event came after a whole year of waiting for the Ntjangase
Handcraft puts food on my table
Handcraft puts food on my table Make Dlamini a single parent caregiver of two young boys, who lives in the Siphocosini inkhundla, makes a living through hand crafts and sustenance farming of a vegetables garden. Mrs Dlamini had the land and water as available resources when she lobbied to SOS