Sos Children's Village in Pakistan

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TOPIC: CASE STUDY ON SOS VILLAGE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER NUM 1

INTRODUCTION TO SOS

SOS Children's Villages of Pakistan is a non-profit social welfare Organization which is working for orphans and abandoned children. SOS is not a traditional orphanage; it provides children with warm, family like environment. In SOS village every effort is made to augment children with strong morals, ethics, education and skills that will help them to become productive and reliable citizens. Children are provided with security and care and are living normal lives and are confident enough to face the challenges of life. SOS Children's Villages of Pakistan is affiliated with SOS Kinderdorf International, which is the umbrella Organization, with its head office situated in Innsbruck, Austria. It is one of the 132 member associations in different countries, many of them present in Asia, Africa and South Africa. SOS Kinderdorf is the biggest children welfare organization in the world and has so far established over 1500 ventures, with the number increasing steadily day by day. SOS Children's Villages of Pakistan is financed through the support of private entities, humanitarians, donors, foundations and the corporate sector. Land for all the projects has been provided by the respective provincial government but investing, both for the building of new projects and maintenance of children, is done through funding and donations from the general public. All SOS projects running in Pakistan are being funded by its own resources, both for the building of new projects and running expenditures. Fund raising is a vital part of SOS and it seeks the support of individuals and the corporate sector for the construction of its mission. To expand and reach out to more needy children in all parts of the country, SOS urgently need charities, donations and support and more donors. SOS Children's Villages of Pakistan was established in 1975. The first project started was SOS Children's Villages in Lahore, since then other projects have been established like SOS Children's Villages, SOS Children's Home Quetta, SOS Youth Homes, SOS Hermann Gmeiner Schools, SOS Vocational Centers, SOS Rural Support Program, SOS Afghan Relief Program and SOS Medical Centre Peshawar. SOS Children's Village has been constructed in Muzaffarabad. A village is also under construction in Sialkot and will be completed by the end of the year. SOS aims to establish institutions of high standards throughout the country. The ultimate proof for the success of SOS is the adaptation of their children into the mainstream. So far thousands of children have settled down in their life. They are working in different fields such as banking, IT, armed forces, and private companies. The girls are trained for bright careers and their marriages are also arranged by SOS. Till date 98 girls have been married and are living their lives happily.

SOS VILLAGE
SOS Children's Villages of Pakistan is a private social welfare organization providing orphans and abandoned children a home, good nurturing and a fair chance in life. It provides them with a permanent home and new families. The children stay in SOS care until they are independent and are able to lead independent lives. SOS Children Villages are situated in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Sargodha, Multan, Karachi, Dhodial, Sialkot and Quetta. What (Save our Soul) SOS Children's Villages stands for -

A loving home for every child
The first SOS Children’s Village was founded by Hermann Mainer in 1949 in Imst,Austria. He was committed to helping children in need ± children who had lost their homes, their security and their families as a result of the Second World War. With the support of many donors and co-workers, our organization has grown to help children all over the world. We take action for children as an independent nongovernmental social development organization. We respect varying religions and cultures, and we work in countries and...
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