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Supporting Children Learning through COVID-19

Supporting Children Learning through COVID-19

Since the Ministry of Education ordered educational facilities across the country closed in a bid to contain the virus, many families found themselves struggling to keep their children’s education on track. To help keep children…
As 12th Graders return to school after 4 months of school closure due to Coronavirus, SOS Children’s Villages Liberia tightens COVID-19 preventive measures

As 12th Graders return to school after 4 months of school closure due to Coronavirus, SOS Children’s Villages Liberia tightens COVID-19 preventive measures

As students of grade 12 of the SOS Hermann Gmeiner School in Liberia returned to school, following 4 months of absence from physical learning. SOS Children’s Villages Liberia has tightened up COVID-19 preventive measures to…

DAY OF THE AFRICAN CHILD: A CALL FOR JUSTICE FOR VICTIMS OF ABUSE AND A CHILD-FRIENDLY JUSTICE SYSTEM.

PRESS RELEASE: Monrovia, June 16 – SOS Children’s Villages Liberia calls on government, policymakers and organizations working with children to protect their rights and ensure equal access to a child-friendly justice system as African governments…
SOS Liberia Collaborates with MoGCSP to build the capacity of 40 social workers for effective social work and psycho-social support to vulnerable children during the COVID-19 outbreak.

SOS Liberia Collaborates with MoGCSP to build the capacity of 40 social workers for effective social work and psycho-social support to vulnerable children during the COVID-19 outbreak.

As the corona virus outbreak has progressed from an isolated epidemic to a globe-spanning pandemic, SOS Liberia is collaborating with the Ministry of Gender Children Social Protection (MoGCSP) and other partners to contain the spread…
Malaria and Cholera caused by Contaminated Water Taking Lives in Liberia’s Slums

Malaria and Cholera caused by Contaminated Water Taking Lives in Liberia’s Slums

“Well water is unpurified and unclean, just like the rain water. Dirty water breed mosquito which causes malaria and cholera,” Dr. Lewis noted.   Eighteen percent of deaths in Liberia slum communities are related to…
Working beyond just services

Working beyond just services

“We know more about the young people living in SOS family care, because this is where we grew up. We know their challenges and where they come from so we know how to deal with…
SOS Children’s Villages: 70 Years of Impact, Supporting 4 Million Children Worldwide

SOS Children’s Villages: 70 Years of Impact, Supporting 4 Million Children Worldwide

Press Release  June 20, 2019 Monrovia, 19 June, 2019- This year marks the 70th anniversary of SOS Children’s Villages. SOS Children’s Villages International is a global federation of SOS Children’s Villages working to protect children…
Forging Partnership for Quality Child Care: SOS Liberia empowers the Liberia National Children’s Representative Forum (LNCRF).

Forging Partnership for Quality Child Care: SOS Liberia empowers the Liberia National Children’s Representative Forum (LNCRF).

The SOS Children’s Villages Liberia has provided a number of working materials to the Liberian National Children’s Representative Forum (LNCRF) to help boost its capacity to represent and advocate on issues affecting Liberian children. The…