Four Ukrainian moms speak of their and their children’s new dailiness in Romania. “We thought we’d stay for two weeks, and now it’s been over a month already,” says Viktoria, a mom of two from the south of Ukraine.
One family from SOS Children’s Village Skopje spends quality family time in quarantine by growing vegetables. Read how in this story told by SOS father Vasko.
Anton from SOS Children’s Village Pushkin, St. Petersburg, is a passionate footballer and a coaching hopeful. He says for him, football is a universe where everyone is equal. In this story, you can read about his experience as player and junior coach
SOS mother Isma on 20 years of experience in building family ties in Sarajevo When Isma Habibović heard about the opportunity of becoming an SOS mother, she immediately knew this profession was the right choice for her.
Four-year-old Elvira and eight-year-old Amir eat once a day. That is all their family can afford.