What is a Children’s Village?
A Children’s Village consists of between nine and thirteen homes. In each of them live five or six children of all ages who are no longer able to live with their biological family. In these communities each child is looked after by a SOS mother, a responsible carer and support educational staff. Our staff always ensure that birth siblings live together.
All homes have a similar structure, but decoration and layout are different in each of them. Children’s Villages have a sports area, a playground area and a multi-function room.