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Child number: 41630
Boy,
Adopted
Watson Ogutu was adopted in year 2008 and he is going to school Chibanga Primary School.
City, quarter: Nairobi Njiru
State: Kenya
Mother: Trezer Maroko, birth 1979, Casual job
Father: -
Guardian: -
Description of the situation: Watson's father died,he stays with his mother and 4 other cousins who are orphans.The mother depends on casual jobs and earns an average of 4500 per month,this makes it difficult for her to provide for the basic needs of the family,especially education.They stay in a 1 roomed semi permanent house which belongs to thefamily,firewood for cooking, lantern lamp for lighting and get water from the river.Watson is a healthy boy. He likes farming and football at school. He wants to be a teacher when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 7th class of primary school.
Contact: Lucie Měrková, lucie.merkova@adopceafrika.cz, tel. +420 776 682 689

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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