TAZIO- A SHINING EXAMPLE OF DETERMINATION
At a tender age of six, Tazio was admitted into the SOS Lusaka Children’s Village in 1999. With his two siblings a brother and sister, they joined House 6 under the care of Mother Judy Kaluba who has since retired.
Sponsorship – Become a Sponsor
Would you like to help orphaned and abandoned children find a new home and a family? Here’s how you can get involved: As a sponsor, you will help us make a world of difference to children.
Cyclist with bicycles - CV Livingstone
Kind hearted Spaniard and keen cyclist Jose Guillermo is cycling across Africa donating bicycles to SOS Children’s Villages on his route. His latest stop was in Livingstone, Zambia,
Care for Me
Children’s rights Children in many countries are denied their most basic rights, such as the right to a name, freedom of thought and education. The following stories demonstrate what is being done to help children exercise their rights.
Success Story – Mrs Soko
SOS Children’s Villages Chipata tells a story of Emalia Mwanza (real names withheld), one of the project participants in the Family Strengthening Programme-By Chisomo Mbewe, edited and designe
Mark and Mandelena make a bright future together thanks to SOS
Attending SOS Vocational Training Centre Lusaka has been a huge boost for Mark Muchaya who used the opportunity of a skills training course to make his future bright – both personally and professionally
(CHILD FRIENDLY VERSION) Prepared by Rabecca Ngulube Chipoya- National Child Protection Coordinator Connie Haakalaki Muleya-National ICT Administrator Copyright SOS Children’s Villages Zambia @June 2014 Download it below
MINIMUM STANDARD FOR CHILD CARE FACILITIES- what does this mean for SOS Children’s Villages Zambia? On Friday 5 December 2014, the government through the Ministry of Community Development Mother and Child Health (MCDMCH) launched the document that specifies the minimum […]
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