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Children's Villages
Latvia

SOS Children's Villages Latvia is a social charity organization that provides a long-term, family based care for children who have lost their parents and carries out family strengthening programs.

SOS Children’s Villages Latvia started its work in July, 1997. We are a member of SOS - Kinderdorf International, operational in 132 countries worldwide.

http://www.sosbernuciemati.lv/

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