Publications

  • On World Humanitarian Day!
    SOS Children’s Villages The Gambia would like to celebrate individuals and humanitarian workers like Bakary Sawaneh who support children, young people and staff especially during the Covid-19 period. A tiny West African State with over one million inhabitants, The Gambia is known as the smiling coast of Africa. In 2019 after the announcement of the COVID-19 […]
  • World Humanitarian Day 2021
    Statement by Acting National Director SOS Children’s Villages The Gambia Today is another important day as we come together to celebrate world Humanitarian Day. The day is set aside to celebrate colleagues who risked their lives daily supporting vulnerable people such as women and children in crises and in conflict zones around the world. World […]
  • Acting National Director delivers statement on International Youth Day
    The Acting National Director SOS Children’s Villages The Gambia Mr. Ebou Faye Njie on Thursday delivered a statement on behalf of the National Association in celebration of International Youth Day. The event was graced by The Gambia National Youth Council, Drug Law Enforcement Agency The Gambia ( DLEAG), Fantanka Organisation, young people and staff. “Good […]
  • SOS Children’s Village Bakoteh conducts workshop on Social Integration.
    STRENGTHENING INTEGRATION OF SOS FAMILY MEMBERS INTO THE COMMUNITY. Growing up as a member of a community is crucial for children and young people. It allows them to build safe and lasting relationships and ultimately enables them to develop into independent and contributing members of society. Social integration into the local society is a complex […]
  • Press Release -SOS Children’s Villages elects new President and top leadership
    The new leadership commits to implementing important changes to improve safeguarding and the quality of childcare to the highest standard, with transparency and accountability.  INNSBRUCK, Austria, 24 June 2021 – SOS Children’s Villages, the world’s largest non-governmental organization supporting children and young people without adequate parental care, present in more than 130 countries and territories, has elected Dr Dereje Wordofa as President and Ms Beáta Juvancz as Vice President, effective 24 June 2021.  Dr Wordofa’s early priorities will be to lead changes […]