SOS Children’s Villages launches a pilot emergency preparedness partnership to help train and equip SOS families and national associations
Nikolai Snoek is part of the emergency preparedness project (E-Prep) - developed with the support of global partners - that will help SOS national associations strengthen their ability to address urgent needs of children when disasters strike.
SOS Children’s Villages cares for those affected by the Syrian crisis ‘regardless of where they are from’
Luciana D’Abramo is SOS Children’s Villages’ emergency advisor for the Middle East and North Africa region. In an interview, she explains how the emergency relief programme in Lebanon is helping both Syrian refugees and host communities.
Children and young people growing up outside of their family environment remain virtually invisible in official statistics, leaving governments without the necessary information to tackle the challenges these children face and respond to their needs so that they can thrive.
SOS Children’s Villages emergency response in the Dohuk region fills critical gaps in helping families displaced by violence
Luciana D’Abramo is the SOS Children's Villages emergency advisor for the Middle East and North Africa region. She explains how the emergency relief programme is helping internally displaced people in Dohuk, a province in the self-governing Kurdistan region of Iraq.
In Serbia and FYR Macedonia, SOS Children’s Villages technology centres offer various learning opportunities
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Mission of the position:
Responsible of support guidance and coaching to Member Associations (MAs) to get the fundraising goals and objectives, increasing the levels of local funding.
General aim of the position:
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Manage the ongoing relationship with business partners, i.e. especially our Member Associations to drive satisfaction with IT in the area of Operational Excellence and Business Intelligence
Gather, articulate and analyse business requirements in the operations domain and define software configuration specifications based on Enterprise Architecture principles
Perform quality assurance of existing software specifications
Negotiate contracts and monitor vendor performance against SLAs
Established in 1949, SOS Children's Villages is a dynamic social development organization working globally to meet the needs and protect the interests and rights of children having lost or at risk of losing parental care. SOS Children’s Villages International works through member associations in over 133 countries worldwide. The International Regional Office for West and Central Africa (WCAF) directly supports Member Associations (MAs) in 18 of these countries.
These Terms of Reference (ToR) serve as a request for proposals from individual consultants who are interested in conducting proposal development and report writing training for SOS CV Somalia staff. Details regarding contents of proposals and submission procedures are explained herein.
SOS Childrens Village’s The Gambia is a non-governmental social development organisation that has been active in the field of children's rights and committed to children's need and concerns since 1982. Focussing its work on children without parental care and children in families in difficult circumstances, the organisation has a wide range of programmes, which include Children's Villages, a Youth Facility, Family Strengthening Programmes, Kindergartens and Schools, a Mother and Child Clinic, Vocational Training Centres and a Women’s Empowerment Project.