Helping Children on Urgent Needs

What is SOS:

SOS have been used as a code for emergency since 1905

Some people think "SOS" means “Save Our Souls”, “Send Our Succor” or “Save Our Ship”. The original use of "SOS," however, dates back to 1908 and the International Morse Code distress signal used with maritime radio systems. In Morse Code, "SOS" is a signal sequence of three dits, three dats, and another three dits spelling "S-O-S". The expression "Save Our Ship" was probably coined by sailors to signal for help from a vessel in distress.



Prepare attractive schemes

Prepare timelines which motivate

Prepare shows/demos which inspire


Create achievable targets

Find easy doable targets, inspiring crowd

Achievable timelines


Support students achieve it

Mentor to improve (SMP)

Inclusive Guidance

Our Vision

A world of enabled and connected little minds, building future