SOS Children's Villages Liberia

SOS Children's Villages Liberia

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SOS Children’s Villages Liberia:
SOS Children’s Villages Liberia is a member of the SOS Children‘s Villages International Federation
Started operations in Liberia on 1st January, 1981
Following an agreement between the Government of Liberia.

Operating as usual

02/06/2021

Most attractive to youth are technology, innovation, and access to learning opportunities. To mark International Day of families, SOS Liberia launched Information and Communications Technologies for Development program (ICT4D).

Most attractive to youth are technology, innovation, and access to learning opportunities. To mark International Day of families, SOS Liberia launched Information and Communications Technologies for Development program (ICT4D).

01/06/2021

In commemoration of #GlobalParentsDay, we honour #Parents and #caregivers around the world who are doing the most important job-inspiring and nurturing children to become self-reliant.

18/05/2021

As we observed two important days in May: #Mother Day and #International Day of families! The children of @sos_liberia appreciate #caregivers for their support to children and young people. In appreciation for their services, each caregiver was given an appreciation card.

18/05/2021

Appreciation

As we observed two important days in May: #Mother Day and #International Day of families! The children of @sos_liberia appreciate #caregivers for their support to children and young people. In appreciation for their services, each caregiver was given an appreciation card.

10/05/2021

“In my personal experience, children will get lost in society if mothers are not involved with their daily lives," says Mother Jugbeh. #MothersDay #motherhood #parenting

“In my personal experience, children will get lost in society if mothers are not involved with their daily lives," says Mother Jugbeh. #MothersDay #motherhood #parenting

07/05/2021

“SOS Liberia is one of the Ministry's biggest partners. A lot of people are benefiting from their programme. Many of them are productive citizens and contributing members of society. SOS is developing generations,” says Lydia Mai-Sherman, Deputy Minister for Children and Social Protection.

“SOS Liberia is one of the Ministry's biggest partners. A lot of people are benefiting from their programme. Many of them are productive citizens and contributing members of society. SOS is developing generations,” says Lydia Mai-Sherman, Deputy Minister for Children and Social Protection.

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 29/04/2021

Despite challenges posed by #COVID 19, our COVID Emergency Response Project (CERP) has built the capacity of one hundred twenty-four young people from Monrovia and Buchanan in SGVB prevention, Child #safeguarding & protection, #advocacy, and #leadership, as of March 2021.

16/04/2021

While we are supporting the government to provide quality care for children, we also supports the creation of child protection policies and implementation. Despite the current pandemic and social disruption, the needs and rights of children remain unchanged. #childsafeguard and #protection

While we are supporting the government to provide quality care for children, we also supports the creation of child protection policies and implementation. Despite the current pandemic and social disruption, the needs and rights of children remain unchanged. #childsafeguard and #protection

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 16/04/2021

KEEPING FAMILIES SAFE:
We are providing families with essentials like a handwashing station, soap, coronavirus information, and how to stay safe and healthy. SOS Liberia is committed to safeguarding the most vulnerable, especially during a crisis.

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 15/04/2021

With four decades of experience in child care and safeguarding, SOS Liberia focuses on the problem of children at risk and is committed to identifying the most suitable care options according to the best interests of the child in close partnership with stakeholders.

15/04/2021

Every child has the right to grow up in a supportive family environment. But in Liberia, an estimated 3,357 children live in residential care – as of 2014, and the actual figure is likely much higher.
SOS Liberia is partnering with the government to strengthen care options and provide practical solutions to keep children safe and enhance their development amid a crisis. These efforts focus on building the capacity of caregivers to provide quality care for children, supporting children learning, and ensuring that children remain protected from exploitation and abuse.

Every child has the right to grow up in a supportive family environment. But in Liberia, an estimated 3,357 children live in residential care – as of 2014, and the actual figure is likely much higher.
SOS Liberia is partnering with the government to strengthen care options and provide practical solutions to keep children safe and enhance their development amid a crisis. These efforts focus on building the capacity of caregivers to provide quality care for children, supporting children learning, and ensuring that children remain protected from exploitation and abuse.

31/03/2021

Every day, we are helping thousands of young people in Liberia have a voice. Here are just a few of the young people who we have reached — the Grand Bassa Youth Caucus base in Buchanan. Giving them the rights skills in the following: #advocacy #Childsafeguard #Lifeskills

Every day, we are helping thousands of young people in Liberia have a voice. Here are just a few of the young people who we have reached — the Grand Bassa Youth Caucus base in Buchanan. Giving them the rights skills in the following: #advocacy #Childsafeguard #Lifeskills

31/03/2021

When children #smile, the world looks brighter! Wouldn’t you like for every child to smile?

Let make every child #smile for the world to be more brighter. Together we can make #BrighterWorld @sos_children @soscvWCNA @SOSChildrenUSA

When children #smile, the world looks brighter! Wouldn’t you like for every child to smile?

Let make every child #smile for the world to be more brighter. Together we can make #BrighterWorld @sos_children @soscvWCNA @SOSChildrenUSA

30/03/2021

Every day, SOS Children's Villages Liberia is helping many more young people and families work their way out of poverty. Here are just a few of the people who SOS Liberia have reached.

Amú-chìi is one of such group. In the Bassa vernacular, Amú-chìi means “we will survive. And surely with the support of SOS, children will be protected and family will be strengthen.

Every day, SOS Children's Villages Liberia is helping many more young people and families work their way out of poverty. Here are just a few of the people who SOS Liberia have reached.

Amú-chìi is one of such group. In the Bassa vernacular, Amú-chìi means “we will survive. And surely with the support of SOS, children will be protected and family will be strengthen.

30/03/2021

For Grace, mother of three, the #COVID19 pandemic has a very big impact on her family. “Even though the situation is difficult now, but I am hopeful we will survive this #pandemic,” says Grace.

SOS Children's Villages Liberia is working with vulnerable families in Buchanan through the Family Strengthen and #COVID-19 Emergency Response Project.

For Grace, mother of three, the #COVID19 pandemic has a very big impact on her family. “Even though the situation is difficult now, but I am hopeful we will survive this #pandemic,” says Grace.

SOS Children's Villages Liberia is working with vulnerable families in Buchanan through the Family Strengthen and #COVID-19 Emergency Response Project.

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 29/03/2021

We continue to provide support to vulnerable families through our #Covid_19 -19 #Emergency Response Project. Last week, 96 #vulnerable families in Buchanan received one itel mobile phone each with a cash transfer of 8,650 Liberian Dollars as #Empowerment package.

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 27/03/2021

SOS Liberia is helping to empower families in four clusters in Buchanan to put food on their tables. The families are vulnerable and SOS Liberia is #empowering them through #Income Generation Activities (IGA) and Village Savings Loan Association (VSLA).

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 26/03/2021

"SOS Liberia has always brought young people together to build their skills and put smiles on the faces of children," says *Maria, a resident of Buchanan, Grand Bassa county.

She made the statement after she received a certificate in #SGBV awareness and prevention, #Child protection and #Youth leadership conducted by SOS Children's Villages Liberia

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 26/03/2021

Twenty four young people in Buchanan, Grand Bassa county, received #Empowerment kits containing copies of the Liberian Children's law, the #UNCRC, Hand sanitizers and megaphones to serve as ambassadors for #Young initiatives in the communities.

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 26/03/2021

SOS Liberia in collaboration with the Ministry of Gender Children's Social Protection, Liberia Children's Representative Forum and the Grand Bassa Youth Caucus concluded three days capacity building training in preventing gender based violence, child rights & protection and Youth leadership. #Childsaveguarding and #Protection

11/03/2021

We must turn the official #IWD2021 theme Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world into a reality. #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2021

"I have a lot of hope for SOS Children’s Villages and the children we care for. In the next few years, I hope to see a woman with great potential heading SOS Children’s Villages International as President. I believe that women can also contribute a lot, and they can do great things as well," says Miatta

We must turn the official #IWD2021 theme Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world into a reality. #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2021

"I have a lot of hope for SOS Children’s Villages and the children we care for. In the next few years, I hope to see a woman with great potential heading SOS Children’s Villages International as President. I believe that women can also contribute a lot, and they can do great things as well," says Miatta

08/03/2021

We are glad that women are fundamental to our work, they are Architect. They play a vital role in our childcare and development programme. We celebrate our caregivers today, #InternationalWomensDay and always.
#IWD2021 #womenpower #internationalwomensday2021

We are glad that women are fundamental to our work, they are Architect. They play a vital role in our childcare and development programme. We celebrate our caregivers today, #InternationalWomensDay and always.
#IWD2021 #womenpower #internationalwomensday2021

08/03/2021

This #InternationalWomensDay we are celebrating incredible women who are working for children every day, rain or sunshine. Like Caregivers Koffa and Jugbeh at the SOS Children’s Village Monrovia. Both women have served SOS for over a decade. With dedicated women, change happens!

This #InternationalWomensDay we are celebrating incredible women who are working for children every day, rain or sunshine. Like Caregivers Koffa and Jugbeh at the SOS Children’s Village Monrovia. Both women have served SOS for over a decade. With dedicated women, change happens!

08/03/2021

“As we celebrate #InternationalWomensDay #females are #encourage to go into the sciences. Whatever males do, a female can do as twice as men. Women should influence change in all sectors and innovate to improve the environment. Women must break the glass ceiling.” Says Miatta.

“As we celebrate #InternationalWomensDay #females are #encourage to go into the sciences. Whatever males do, a female can do as twice as men. Women should influence change in all sectors and innovate to improve the environment. Women must break the glass ceiling.” Says Miatta.

SOS Children's Villages USA on Twitter 08/03/2021

SOS Children's Villages USA on Twitter

With strong women, change happens! 💪

On today's #InternationalWomensDay, CEO
@IngridMJohansen
shares a special message to celebrate the #women and girls who take on leadership roles and contribute to a more equal future. #IWD21 #WomensDay

https://twitter.com/SOSChildrenUSA/status/1368894401645273090?s=2

SOS Children's Villages USA on Twitter “With strong women, change happens! 💪 On today's #InternationalWomensDay, CEO @IngridMJohansen shares a special message to celebrate the #women and girls who take on leadership roles and contribute to a more equal future. #IWD21 #WomensDay https://t.co/axh9JvFKK8”

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 05/03/2021

The exact impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Liberia’s economy in terms of figures is yet to be determined. However, multiples families certainly lose their source of income and revenue. Equally so, children and young people disproportionately suffer the socio-economic impacts. Protection of children and young people is a life-saving intervention – especially now.

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 05/03/2021

SOS Children’s Villages Liberia is committed to supporting vulnerable children, young people, and families through innovative child care, youth empowerment and family strengthening programmes. The newly roll-out COVID-19 Emergency Response Project (CERP) – targets 10,056 children, young people, and families.

Meanwhile, the organization expressed commitment to working with partners to address issues affecting children and young people.

Photos from SOS Children's Villages Liberia's post 04/03/2021

The coronavirus pandemic has already had a tremendous impact on the health, social and economic systems as well as the health and wellbeing of Liberians. As part of our engagement with the community, SOS Liberia has begun a three-day Training of Youth Leaders in Community Engagement. This initiative is under the SOS Children’s Villages Liberia COVID-19 Emergency Response Project known as CERP. #youthempowerment and #participation

03/03/2021

It has been over eleven months since Liberia recorded the first COVID-19 case in March. Yet, our response to the outbreak remains robust. SOS Liberia has developed a response framework that guided response across the programme. Our response plan is largely inspired by the government national response plan, the WCNA regional response framework, as well as SOS Liberia contingency plan.

It has been over eleven months since Liberia recorded the first COVID-19 case in March. Yet, our response to the outbreak remains robust. SOS Liberia has developed a response framework that guided response across the programme. Our response plan is largely inspired by the government national response plan, the WCNA regional response framework, as well as SOS Liberia contingency plan.

02/03/2021

In Liberia, over 40% of primary school students are 3-years older than the appropriate age for their class or grade. In some cases, access to quality education is a major challenge for many children. This year the number of out-of-school children double the previous year due to parent's unemployment and the coronavirus pandemic. SOS Children’s Villages Liberia is working with partners to provide essential services such as access to education and healthcare.

In Liberia, over 40% of primary school students are 3-years older than the appropriate age for their class or grade. In some cases, access to quality education is a major challenge for many children. This year the number of out-of-school children double the previous year due to parent's unemployment and the coronavirus pandemic. SOS Children’s Villages Liberia is working with partners to provide essential services such as access to education and healthcare.

24/02/2021

We see ourselves as a social movement and we translate our words into action. We make partners aware of their responsibilities and lead by example. By our work, we initiate movements that can lead to sustainable social change. #Join the movement and become a changemaker.

We see ourselves as a social movement and we translate our words into action. We make partners aware of their responsibilities and lead by example. By our work, we initiate movements that can lead to sustainable social change. #Join the movement and become a changemaker.

24/02/2021

At SOS Children’s Villages Liberia, we do not aim to change children and have them adapt to their surroundings, but rather to change the environment to suit children on both a small and a large scale: in the family, the neighborhood, the community, and society in general. #child-friendly #support

At SOS Children’s Villages Liberia, we do not aim to change children and have them adapt to their surroundings, but rather to change the environment to suit children on both a small and a large scale: in the family, the neighborhood, the community, and society in general. #child-friendly #support

23/02/2021

We offer a holistic approach to child care and protection. It all starts with ensuring that children have the quality care of a parent or caregiver from a very young age until they are ready for independent living. Care for children makes the world a better place. That is the care effect. #Child #care #protection

We offer a holistic approach to child care and protection. It all starts with ensuring that children have the quality care of a parent or caregiver from a very young age until they are ready for independent living. Care for children makes the world a better place. That is the care effect. #Child #care #protection

Become an SOS sponsor

There are vulnerable children all around us. Together we can transform this by helping children grow up with love, respect and security. For just USD 15.00 monthly you put a smile on a child’s face. For more info please contact +231880000451/+231778695104 or email us at [email protected]

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Monrovia

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
18:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
18:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
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Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
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Friday 08:00 - 17:00
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