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Family sponsorship 12,000,000 annual

Village sponsorship 120,000,000 annual

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SOS Children's Villages Syria celebrating 48th anniversary

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No child should grow up alone

SOS Children’s Villages has worked in Syria for more than 40 years. The first SOS village in Syria was opened in 1981 and continues to provide safe homes for children in need under the principle of long term child care
 

SOS Children's Villages works in 136 countries and territories around the world

 

SOS Syria Children's Villages is committed to creating a safe caring environment and promoting a strong child safeguarding culture, to prevent child abuse and exploitation and to respond and follow up any child abuse complaints (whether current or historical) in accordance with the child protection policy, reporting and responding measures.

SOS Syria Children's Villages encourages everyone to report any doubts or concerns related to child safeguarding using any of the reporting channels:

  1. Child Protection Reporting Hotline (+986 22 7744).
  2. The e-mail for reporting child abuse incidents (CS-Syria@sos-syria.org).
  3. Boxes for reporting child abuse incidents distributed in the programs and villages of SOS Syria Children's Villages.
  4. Any member of the local or national child safeguarding teams

When there are many children who are in need of help, there must be many friends to support them..
It is easy to do great deeds when you have many friends who stand by you.

Hermann Gemeiner
Founder of SOS Children's Villages