We believe that human resourcefulness can best be developed at an early age in life through combined parental input and care to enrich the child's life. In the case of orphans who may have no reliable parents, the much-needed parental attention may forever elude them and eventually lead to malformed characters.

The Westphalian Children's Village therefore, sees the provision of a safe home for orphans and homeless children as a crucial factor in curbing child maladjustment and helping to develop their personality and potentials. With the help of their parents and siblings they can build independent lives.