Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Volunteer from Sweden

See the smile on their faces!
These are some nice photos of the Eruobodo children and this great man, a volunteer from Sweden. He was here last year and now on a return visit.

This is a collage of drawings, made by nursery school students in Sweden. These are the same kids that regularly give toys the kids in the Eruobodo House. We love this beautiful artistic work!  

Tuesday, 11 July 2017


Yes! We have light!
This beautiful generator is donated by a Dutch family to Eruobodo House (cost price 220.000 Naira).

We are very grateful!

Monday, 3 July 2017

Eruobodo House Dance

You really have to watch this video!

This is the Eruobodo House Dance. A video created by the children of the Eruobodo House with help from Eelke Dijkstra.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Students at Eruobodo House

When you enter the gates of Eruobodo House, you will notice the children and young people living there in the loving hands of the hard working staff. You might not notice the children and students who are attending secondary school or university.

Those students might even live outside Eruobodo House, to be able to attend university. But they have a bond that ties them to the Eruobodo House. You can meet the students, when they return to Eruobodo when its holidays, and then you will notice that Eruobodo is home to those students as well!

The students get their support from the Eruobodo House: mrs Grace Odetola is like the mother they would have if life would have been different. The students experience having a mother, brothers and sisters in the Eruobodo House. It keeps them motivated, stimulated and feeling worthwhile.

Eruobodo House also supports the students financially. And here is where sponsors from everywhere can contribute.  375.000 Naira or (almost) 1000 Euro is needed to make sure the costs of the current schoolyear are funded. This helps four students to finish their year.

During the year Eruobodo House is looking for funding to make sure our less fortunate students can fullfill their dreams, finish school and build a life. If you are looking for a way to support young, less privileged students with an great impact: please think about supporting a student on a regularly basis.

Sunday, 25 December 2016


We celebrated Christmas at Quintessence with the Swedish embassy from Abuja 
and the kids from Eruobodo house. They played their part very well as ususual and we had a nice crowd at Quintessence. This is a yearly event for some years now.