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Adoption - Meshack Odhiambo

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Child number: 52622
Boy,
Not adopted
City, quarter: Rusinga Island Kamasengre West (Gunda)
State: Kenya
Mother: Susan Akinyi, birth 1992, housewife
Father: Elly Wandago, birth 1984, fishing
Description of the situation: Meshack is the second born in the family of three children (Francis, born in 2009, Jackson born 2017) , the father does fishing while the mother is a housewife. Apart from Meshack and the siblings, they also live with two other children who come from a poor family. The family lives in semi-permanent house that has two rooms. The family's income is 3,200 KES per month, they cook on the fire and use the kerosene for lighting. Meshack is doing well health wise at present. In 2018 he would like to join a nursery in Community Center Island of Hope. Adoption of this child is 2400 CZK/100 Eur per term.
Contact: Eva Syrovátková, eva.syrovatkova@adopceafrika.cz, tel. +420 777 708 330

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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