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helps SOS Children‘s Villages all over the world Hense Systemtechnik GmbH & Co. KG
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, We, the company Hense Systemtechnik do not only consider ourselves to be a purely commercial company, but also a socially involved company. For this reason we have been promoting SOS Children's villages with our donations for over eleven years. SOS Children's Villages have been providing relief for distressed children and families for over 50 years and in 133 countries. We have sponsorships in China, Venezuela, El Salvador and in the Philippines. Based on the badly typhoon disaster in the Philippines we decided to assimilate a further sponsorship in this trouble area. Find out more about our sponsorships on the next pages.
Information about the SOS Children’s villages worldwide Hermann Gmeiner built the first SOS Children’s Village at Imst in Austria, focusing on children who have lost their parents or cannot be raised up by their biological ones. It was important for him that children grow up in a stable family environment, are supported individually and become strong, independent and self-confident adults. The aims of today are still to fight for children's rights, health care, education, emergency relief and the strengthening of women. 500 SOS Children’s Villages in over 133 countries and territories worldwide focus on this system; over 78.000 girls and boys got a new home. Nearly every village has a kindergarten, a day-care centre, a pre-school and a vocational centre. Many facilities, like the kindergarten, are also open for children living in the neighbourhood around the SOS-Children’s Villages. The international non-governmental social development organisation “SOS Children’s Village” takes care in developing countries as well to strength and stabilise families. They support disadvantaged families to prevent crises and manage their lives independently, learn to self-organise themselves and take care of their children. As a sponsor you have the choice to take a sponsorship for a child in a SOS Children’s Village or to support a SOS-facility.
Yu-Yong Born in April 1996 Our godchild since January 2003 Yu-Yong lives in the SOS Children’s Village in Qiqihar, China since 2001. His loves football, he likes music, especially to play the Dizi. He began playing this traditional chinese flute in 3th grade at school. Now he is part of the village orchestra.
One of the 10 chinese SOS Children’s Villages was built in 1993 at Qiqihar in the north of China. Nearly 146 children live here in 15 family houses. Young kids visit the SOS kindergarten, pupils go to school near the village in Qiqihar. Part of the University of Qiqihar is the SOS Hermann Gmeiner Technical School, where young people can start a vocational training or go to college. Several youth facilities in and outside the village gives the opportunity to start an independent live. SOS Children’s Village Qiqihar, China Parts of the SOS Children’s Village: 15 family houses 1 SOS Kindergarten 1 SOS Medical Centre 1 SOS Hermann Gmeiner Technical School 1 SOS Youth Facility 1 sports field several flats outside the area
Angelica Carolina Born in April 2001 Angelica stays together with her brother at the SOS Children’s Village La Canada in Venezuela, next to the city El Topito. She likes playing with her dolls, drawing and she loves playing on her violin. Four times a week she takes lessons at the music school. Angelica visits the primary school in the village and her favourite subject is maths. When she grows up she wants to become a doctor. Our godchild since March 2003
The SOS Children’s Village La Canada, Venezuela The village was built in 1979 and is one of the 3 SOS Children’s Villages in Venezuela. Its near Maracaibo, the second largest City in Venezuela. Almost 100 children live here together in 14 family houses. Kids from all over the place visit the primary school in the village. 630 children can be taught in eight classrooms. For secondary school they have to go to El Topito, a city closed to the village. The village owns plantations on the property, where they can grow Bananas or various vegetables. Parts of the SOS Children’s Village: 14 family houses 1 SOS Community Building 1 SOS Kindergarten 1 SOS Social Centre 1 SOS Day-Care Centre 1 SOS Vocational Centre 1 SOS Medical Centre SOS Youth Facilities for boys and girls
David Humberto Born in April 1998 David Humberto lives in the SOS Children’s Village San Miguel in El Salvador since February 2004. Together with his brother and 7 other children he inhabits a house at the village. His hobbies are playing football, drawing and he likes playing games with his friends. David’s favourite subject in school is English. Our godchild since July 2004
Parts of the SOS Children’s Village: 15 Family houses 1 village director’s house 1 SOS Library 1 SOS Youth Facility 1 SOS Medical Centre 1 SOS Kindergarten 1 SOS Day-Care Centre 1 SOS Social Centre SOS Children‘s Village San Miguel, El Salvador The SOS Children’s Village San Miguel was built in 1996 and is one of 5 Villages in El Salvador. 138 Children between 2 years and 17 years are living here currently. Schools and shops are within easy reach. Part of the SOS Social Centre is the SOS Kindergarten and the SOS Day-Care Centre, where 200 kids are looked after while their parents are working. Lots of green areas around the village offer much space to move about freely.
Fabienne Born in July 1994 Our godchild since January 2010 Since 2000 Fabienne is living in the SOS Children’s Village Cap Haitien, Haiti. She likes reading books, tinkering and meeting her friends. Fabienne visits the Hermann Gmeiner Secondary School on the village area, where also children from the neighbourhood get taught. She is one of the best pupils in her class.
SOS Children‘s Village Cap Haitien, Haiti With its 22 family houses, Cap Haitien is the biggest SOS Children’s Village of Central-America and the Caribbean. It was opened in 1993 as one of 3 SOS Children’s Villages in Haiti. In 2003, one of them was taken over from a Christian Organisation. The village has been set up on a large site of 16,000 sqm, where half the site is used for farming and gardening. The Hermann-Gmeiner Primary- and Secondary School were set on the area, which are open to children from the village and the local community. Parts of the SOS Children’s Village: 22 Family houses 1 Youth Facility 1 Vocational Training Centre 1 SOS Hermann Gmeiner Primary School 1 SOS Hermann Gmeiner Secondary School 1 SOS Directors House 1 SOS Aunts House for family helpers
Cristy Born in October 1998 Our godchild since December 2013 Since 2011 Cristy is living in the SOS Children’s Lipa, Philippines. Her hobbies are playing football and volleyball. She likes also playing in the garden. In the past she didn’t go to School. But her academic progress are quite good.
SOS Children‘s Village Lipa, Philippines It was opened in 1967 as the first SOS Children’s Villages in the Philippines Haiti. In 2006, the social centre of the SOS Children’s Village was opened. This centre has an office, a multipurpose hall and a treatment room. It provides day care for children from the neighborhood, neighborhood support and family strengthening programs. Parts of the SOS Children’s Village: 12 Family houses 1 village director’s house 1 community house 1 SOS Kindergarten 1 SOS social centre
For further information contact the following addressee: SOS-Kinderdorf International Hermann-Gmeiner-Str.51 P.O. Box 209 A-6010 Innsbruck Austria www.sos-childrensvillage.org firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +43-(1)-368 66 78