Big changes can not be made alone, and two heads are not one. I invite you to cooperation.
The SOS Children's Villages Association has been taking care of abandoned and orphaned children in Poland since 1984. As part of foster care, the Association runs SOS Families who live in SOS Children's Villages, which are housing estates of a dozen or so houses. Many siblings are often brought up here. At the same time, the Association is developing Family Empowerment Programs that offer help to the child and his biological parents who find themselves in a difficult life situation. Helping families, the Association actively improves the situation of children from families at risk of losing parental care. Currently, over 1,400 children are under the care of the organization.
Deputy Director of the Institute of International Relations at the WNPiSM of the University of Warsaw