History of Ibadan Home For Motherless Babies Ibadan Home For Motherless Babies was built in 1969. Built by Chief (Mrs.) Rebecca Olubukola Solanke in 1969.
Aiming to prevent infant mortality among children from impoverished homes and motherless children, this is a centre that caters to these children for the first two years of their lives, giving them much needed maternal care and love. Security/Safety of Ibadan Home For Motherless Babies This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Ibadan Home For Motherless Babies, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Gifts and donations A camera or camera phone if you'll like to capture your time with the kids Best Features Taking note of the special care needed to raise babies, this home is spacious and well-ventilated. It features child wards/dormitories, kitchen facilities, milk preparation room, a multipurpose hall and an isolation room for children with suspected infectious diseases. A daycare centre was also built in 1995 for children with working mothers. The University College Hospital (UCH) immunizes the babies free, and residents doctors offer free medical inspections and treatment of minor ailments.