Adoption - Moses Owino Otieno

Child number: 41374
Child removed from adoption
City, quarter: Kisumu Ramba
State: Kenya
Mother: Seline Atieno Atore, birth 1960, sells fish
Father: James Otieno Alal, birth 1958, charcoal seller
Guardian: -
Description of the situation: Moses lives with both his parents. His father sells charcoal and his mother sells fish. They earn about 9,000 Ksh a month. Moses has eight siblings, most of them are married. The oldest one is George who is a tailor, followed by Monica, Margaret, Paul (he is a tailor, too), Nancy, Mary, Solomon and Salome who stays with Paul in Nairobi where she attends school. Five people live in a two-room mud house. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene for lighting and they get water from a stream. Moses often complains of headaches. He likes playing games with friends and attends school scouts club. He wants to be a Journalist when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 1st class of high school.
Contact: Hana Jodasová, hana.jodasova@adopceafrika.cz, tel. +420 777 831 836

The project of remote support „Adoptions of African children - “ mediates an access to education for poor Kenyan children without pulling them out of their natural environment and community. This project has been running since 2002 and has helped more than 3500 children. The basic sponsoring fee amounts to 7200 CZK (300 EUR) a year.

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