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Women’s Month 2020 Celebration

In August , we celebrate National Women’s Month. This is an opportunity to celebrate women's achievements and the important role that women of all races and religions have played and continue to play in our society.

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Human Security Agenda in The Globalized World

Randall Petersen, a former SOS youth from Ennerdale, attended Asia Youth International Model United Nations (AYIMUN) in Malaysia from August 25 – 28, 2019 at Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC).

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A community partnership that works – In Mathanjana, SOS Children’s Villages and Isibindi work as one team

In front of an SOS Children’s Villages administration office, erected from repurposed shipping containers...

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702 Walk the Talk for SOS Children’s Villages

We called ourselves the Fun Raisers, out to raise funds for SOS Children’s Villages. Not deterred by the early start, we gathered Sunday morning at 04:30, spirits high despite the early hour and a daunting 25K walk ahead of us.

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The Ice Hockey Crew

In Nelson Mandela Bay, one of the world’s most dangerous metros, rife with gangsterism, and where schools close their doors owing to students turning on each other, a group of friends from SOS Children’s Village Port Elizabeth have found refuge in ice hockey.

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Too little time allocated for career guidance in the school curriculum: Children not adequately prepared for careering

A learner's subject choice is one of the factors that have significant implications in terms of career choice and successful future career.

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A talent for carpentry is a gateway to travelling the world

Lusanda Bodlisa of South Africa knows his carpentry skills could open doors to different jobs. But, in his case, he might simply build the doors himself.

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Martin Garrix visits Cape Town Village

On returning home from school, the children from the SOS Children’s Village in Cape Town were surprised to see a DJ booth had been set up. They were even more surprised when Martin Garrix appeared.

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‘You took away my nightmares and turned them into live dreams’

Nobuhle, who grew up in a Village in South Africa, recently wrote a letter of thanks to SOS Children’s Villages.

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Living on a winding street in a quiet suburb

Roxy* is 14 years old and lives with her SOS family in Rustenburg.

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DJ Martin Garrix – Giving Back

He first heard about SOS Children’s Villages through his parents.

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Don’t Get Stuck This Financial Year End!

With your donation SOS Children’s Villages will help more children succeed in life.

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Cape Town Water Crisis

Cape Town is experiencing its worst drought in over 100 years.

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Youth Camps

Cape Town – SOS Children’s Villages giving back to the less fortunate.

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