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    About SOS Children’s Villages

As a child, you need someone who truly sees you – who stands by you no matter what. Someone who holds you close when you are small and believes in you when you are ready to grow into your own and step into the world.

But today, 1 in 10 children and young people are separated from their families, abandoned, neglected or forced to live in an abusive environment, growing up without the support they need to prepare themselves for their future. The effects of this often last a lifetime, creating a harmful cycle that repeats from one generation to the next.

SOS Children’s Villages Kazakhstan is dedicated to improving the lives of children and young people without parental care or at risk of losing it[1]. Together with partners, donors, communities, children, young people and families, we enable children to grow up with the bonds they need to develop and become their strongest selves. We speak up for each child’s rights and advocate for change so all children can grow up in a supportive environment.

Corporate foundation “SOS Children’s Villages Kazakhstan” is a non-governmental non-profit organization established in 1994. There are three SOS Children’s Villages – in Astana, Almaty and Temirtau. Each SOS Children’s Village has a comfortable location, close to schools, shops and other infrastructure. There are 300 children in our care and around 600 families from the community receive support at our child and family support centers.

The organisation keeps supporting children and young people until they become self-sufficient. A huge attention is given to professional education of young people. Empowered by professional knowledge and practical skills, young people feel more confident at their first job place.

As a member of international SOS Children’s Villages federation, our organisation is committed to applying the international statutes and standards for quality child care, and stringent financial and administrative practices, alongside with the relevant local legal and administrative procedures.

[1] By “children and young people without parental care,” we mean those who are temporarily or permanently growing up without the care of their families: children in residential care, in foster care, children who are living on the street. By “those at risk of losing parental care,” we mean children and young people in families that are struggling to stay together and where parents are having difficulty providing the care, stability and connection their children need.


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