Tuesday, 7 November 2017

It was a great party!

Woooow... we had such a great party! We celebrated our twentieth birthday and it was amazing!
You should see the pictures of the Awareness walk and other dances... enjoy!
Oh... and keep an eye on this blog... more pictures to come!

Wednesday, 18 October 2017


Our very own Eruobodo House, a home for children with special and other needs is twenty (20) years old! The Eruobodo House Society was founded in 1997 by a group of Nigerian an expatriate women living in Nigeria with a long history of leading charitable initiatives in Nigeria. 
Since then, children with special needs, and orphans have found in the Eruobodo House a place to call home, to develop, to maximize their potential and to feel part of a family. 
We say thank you to everybody who contributed the Eruobodo House and we hope we can continue with our mission for many more years! 

Friday, 8 September 2017

Beautiful twins

Look at these beautiful twins! Their mother worked at Eruobodo House. After their mother’s death they been reunited with their relations. We are so happy that they are both doing well! One of the girls had a surgery on her leg but is now fully recovered.

Both are also doing very well in school! Eruobodo House is still helping these girls with their school fees. We believe it is important to focus on developing each of the children's ability to care for themselves. We provide the schooling and training that will allow the children to become economically independent wherever possible.

Beautiful girls!

Friday, 25 August 2017

Again a special guest

This time, we had a visitor from Australia who came back to see the kids in the Eruobodo House. Here she is with Paul. We enjoyed this visit!

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!