A Loving Home For Every Child.


Our National Directors Message
SOS Children Villages Nigeria....We take action for children as an independent non-governmental social development organisation. We respect varying religions and cultures,

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Our Social Centres
Designed to respond in a great variety of situations, the SOS Social Centres help in a number of ways: from communicating vital knowledge and teaching skills, to counselling, supervision and even specific.

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SOS Youth Facilities
SOS Youth Facilities are the continuation of the SOS Children's Village model adapted to the needs of adolescents and young adults. They enable SOS youngsters to take the first steps towards self-reliance.

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Latest News

"SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria is interested in building the capacity of community teachers’ in seven communities across five states (Lagos, Oyo, Ogun, Kaduna, Plateau) and the Federal Capital Territory where our programmes are currently running. The capacity building will focus on improving the teaching methodology and classroom management skills of teachers. Interested partners and stakeholders should send their proposal to . " Read more

"At the SOS Hermann Gmeiner Primary School Jos, Samson’s teachers observed his outstanding intelligence. Samson’s teachers commented that he always does his class work with little assistance compared to other children who are in his category. Samson was working below the standard expected when he started school, said his teacher. “We thought he will be difficult to cope with considering his age and the level he was, but surprisingly he was improving daily and coping better than we could imagine”, he added. Based on his excellent class performance assessment, Samson was recommended for promotion to the next class."

"when he came to the village was a little emotional as he was very quiet and at the same time looked lost. He later settled in the village and was playing only with his siblings - probably because they were members of his family. His attitude has been encouraging in all areas as regards to a child coming out of trauma. His SOS mother recorded that sometimes he will become sad for no known reasons, but probably remembering his biological mother or being homesick."