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Adoption - Daniel Wekesa Kanyanya

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Child number: 41436
Boy,
Not adopted
City, quarter: Kitale Matunda
State: Kenya
Mother: Beatrice Nalieka, birth 1983, housewife
Father: David Wekesa Kanyanya, birth 1979, kiosk owner
Description of the situation: Daniel was born 21st/9/2000. He lives in Tranzoia District, Kitale Matunda in Shangalamwe village with his parents, aunt and younger siblings: Janet Nekesa, Nancy Nafula, Derik Simiyu, IvyneNangahe. His father has a small shop and his average income is 7500 Ksh per month. His mother is a houswife.They live in their own 3-room mud house. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and they get water from a borehole. Daniel has good health. He likes drawing and playing football with his siblings. He attends school scouts club. He wants to be a policeman when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 8th class of primary school.
Contact: Helena Havlišová, helena.havlisova@adopceafrika.cz, tel. +420 602 768 605

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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