Since 1949 SOS Children has been working to ensure that children who have lost their parents through conflict, famine, natural disaster, disease and poverty - can enjoy a family life.
Growing up in rural Morocco, Samir had a poor but happy childhood. His parents worked hard and Samir and his siblings were able to go to school. They had a secure house to live in and meals every day.
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Reliable electricity is scarce in South Africa. Power outages are frequent across the entire country. However, the SOS Children’s Village in Cape Town is prepared for such blackouts - it has recently Read More