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Chief Minister's Visit to SOS Children's Village Quetta

Chief Minister, Balochistan Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch, MPA Miss Raheela Durrani, Mr.Kahoor, DG Social Welfare and other dignitaries visited SOS Children's Village Quetta. Honorable CM announced a school bus, one house in Quetta SOS, eight acres land in Gwadar and two million for the renovation of Youth Home.We are very thankful for their generous support and for showing interest in our Organization.

Cooking Class Fun at SOS Children's Village Lahore

Girls at SOS Children's Village Lahore took a Cooking class from a Chinese volunteer. Cooking Classes are the best way to enjoy food and Chinese cuisine for our SOS girls.

Independence Day Celebrations at SOS Children's Village Karachi

Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm at the Karachi Village. All Village and Youth Home and ex- children also participated, gathered at the Village auditorium. The Ceremony started with the recitation of the Holy Quran. National anthem and National Song “Jevay Jevay Pakistan” was beautifully performed by the SOS Band.

Jashn-e Azadi Celebrations at SOS Children's Village Sargodha

Independence Day has a great significance for every nation. It reflects the solidarity and stability of a nation. On recent 14 August, independence was celebrated here in SOS Sargodha with full enthusiasm and passion. On this auspicious occasion of the day children were much more excited and passionate for celebrations.Children were so much busy in decorating their houses with bunting.

14th August Celebrations at SOS Children's Village Multan

On 14th August 2014 Members from “Multan Kehkashan Lions Club” and Professor Dr. Hameed Raza Saddiqi visited SOS Children’s Village Multan. The children of SOS warmly welcomed them. Flag raising ceremony was organized, Mr. Afzal sipra raised the flag and prayed for our country, and The National Anthem played.

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.”

Success Stories

The story of Mohammad Afzal, who was admitted to an SOS Children's Village in Pakistan in 1980 and, 20 years later, added another family house to his home village - or, as he puts it, his "beautiful paradise". 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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