Home, but not alone | Reader’s Digest Writes About SOS Children’s Villages

Reader’s Digest published a feature on SOS Children’s Villages of India as part of their December issue. As the article starts with describing the life of SOS Mother Molly Mathew and her five children: Meenu, Baby, Rini, Indu and Romit, it gives the reader a sneak peak of a Family Home in an SOS Children’s Village. Further talking about Dr. Hermann Gmeiner, founding father of SOS Children’s Villages, and his childhood in Alberschwende, Austria, the feature informs the reader of his journey of coming up with the concept of SOS Children’s Villages.

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Reader’s Digest is an American general-interest family magazine, published ten times a year. It offers content on true stories, humor, voices & views and features.

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