Cooks prepare mid-morning breakfast and lunch for all of EWCV’s students. Supper for the live-in students is prepared by their families. Some of the children’s food is grown on the EWCV property and some of it is purchased.
Clothing is purchased for the live-in students. These children receive gifts of clothing on their birthdays. The children’s sponsors often send donations to pay for these birthday outfits.
All the children at EWCV receive school uniforms.
Clean drinking water is pumped from a well that has been drilled on the Eagles Wings Children’s Village property.
The live-in students eat supper in dining huts.
They sleep in sleeping huts.
Each sleeping hut holds eight girls or eight boys.
Eagles Wings Children’s Village employs seven security guards
to protect the children day and night.
Love and Belonging
Each of the live-in students belongs to one of three families of children.
Each family has a house mother and a house father.
The families eat supper together and have family devotions every evening. These evening devotions include Bible reading, prayer, singing, testimonies, questions, and dialogue.
Birthdays are celebrated with cakes and gifts.
Three EWCV social workers help our students overcome problems and experience a sense of belonging at Eagles Wings. They also connect with the caregivers of day students.