Latest News & Events
During Ramadan, a group of young volunteers named TNS arranged a wonderful event for the kids at SOS Islamabad. There were games, face painting, water fight and drawing activity for the kids. After all these fun activities the children were served with Iftari. The children spent their evening rejoicing.
A colourful and amusing activity of pebbles painting was arranged by two of volunteers at SOS Children’s Village Islamabad. The children played with colours ant paints and thoroughly enjoyed painting the pebbles. These kinds of activities have always been fun for the children at SOS providing them opportunity to show their creativity.
The Children from SOS Village Jamshoro went to the Pavilion of the Sports Stadium of Sindh University and played Cricket, Football and Throw ball. It was really a memorable day for the SOS Children.
Miss Lea Meier has come from Switzerland with one year plans to stay with SOS Children's Village in Islamabad. She is quite enthusiastic about her ambitions. She narrates like this: “When I completed Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Social Policies and Sociology,I decided to look for an opportunity to volunteer in a foreign country. Read more...
On Friday, June 14, 2013, the Canada Pakistan Business Council (CPBC) held its 30th Anniversary Gala Dinner and Awards Night. This year the event was very well attended by Canadian's and Pakistani's. The respectable Premier of Ontario, Hon. Kathleen Wynne attended as the Chief Guest.Also in attendance were the High Commissioner of Pakistan to Canada Read more...
Mrs. Souriya Anwar
President SOS Children's Villages Pakistan
“The orphans in our society are the responsibility of all of us, our aim is to make sure that they get a fair chance in life, to ensure that they too are loved and valued and enable them to become a productive citizen.”
“The love that I got from SOS made me confident in my practical life. I completed my graduation and now am working in the University of Lahore, and leading a successful life.” Read more...
Under Construction Projects
SOS Children’s Village was built in Muzaffarabad but as it was completed a severe earthquake hit this area in 2005 and partially destroyed it. Buildings which remain all safe will be used as Youth Home Read more...
SOS Children’s Village Islamabad is in need of a Youth Home for focused attention on the needs of the older boys. Young boys and girls grow up together in the SOS Children’s Villages so that the homes are as normal as possible. Read more...
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