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Child number: 41722
Boy,
Adopted
Brian Indeche has been in adoption programme since year 2008 and he is going to school Kilingili Primary School.
City, quarter: Kakamega Kilingili
State: Kenya
Mother: -, Vegetable Vendor
Father: -
Guardian: Florence O. Luchina, House Wife
Description of the situation: Brian Indeche as born on June 2002 at Emahungu village in Vihig County. He is schooling at Kilingili Primary Schoo l and in class five. Brian stays with her grandmother after his father died and her mother run away leaving him with his grandmother. His other sibblings are Sheila Shimanye 15 years and in school, Sharon Luchela 13 years and in school, Nelso Mandela 10 years, in school and Joseph Omuruli 15 years also in school. They stay in mud house which is owned by their grandmother (4) rooms. They use firewood for cooking, kerosen lamp for lighting and stream water for cooking and drinking which is free.. The grandmother is too old but she is trying to take care of her grand children. He likes playing football and english at school. He wants to be a teacherwhen he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 4th class of high school. The adoption is for 2,400 Czk/100 Eur per term.
Contact: Dita Alföldi, dita.alfoldi@adopceafrika.cz, tel. +420 722 092 111

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