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The 2014 International Annual Report of SOS Children's Villages, published today, presents risk factors for family breakdown and positive impacts of family strengthening, along with programme statistics and financial results.
In 2014, SOS Children’s Villages International provided sustained care for more than 439,000 children, young people and adults through its Family Strengthening and Family Based Care programmes.
SOS kindergartens, schools, vocational training centres and social centres provided education and learning opportunities for over 206,000 people.
While flood waters of the Zambezi are reported to be receding, the southern coast of Mozambique is now dreading the onslaught of cyclone Favio, which reached land yesterday.
Cyclone Favio has begun sweeping ashore trailing heavy rains and high winds of about 200 km's per hour, bringing dread to the ports, cities and small communities along the southern coast of Mozambique.
The recent floods in Mozambique have caused concern for SOS Children's Village Mozambique co-workers, but so far, only one social centre programme has been affected by the rising waters.
SOS Children's Village Mozambique staff are monitoring the flooding situation in the country very closely with frequent communication with the village director for Tete and the head of the SOS Social Centre Tete and are also reviewing local press and TV coverage.
At present, according to the deputy national director, Tiago Nhangumele, the main effects of the flooding of the Zambezi are over …