Children grow up in SOS Children's Village families until the age of 14, when they become adolescents and then move out of SOS Villages to separate homes in the community to live independently or to be reunited with their families of origin. During this they receive good health and psychological care and guidance, and learn the necessary skills and abilities that they need to be able to rely on themselves. SOS Children's Villages also provides quality education up to university level or vocational training. We seek, in cooperation with partners, to enable young people to obtain education and provide training opportunities and a motivating educational environment that supports the development of young people's skills and increases their chances of accessing the labour market towards financial independence and building their future. Young people also participate in many awareness and guidance programmes. They also participate in voluntary community service, for example Diabetics Friend Society, Cancer Friend Society, Ministry of Education and Summer Camps.