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Eugine Adhiambo George

Girl
10 years old
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Child number: 52653
Eugine comes from a polygamous family where her mother was the first wife of the father, the mother died and later on the father also died. After the death of the mother, the step mother could not take care of her and because of this the grandmother who now is old and sickling took her under her care. The grandmother survives from the hands of well-wishers and neighbours. Apart from Eugine, the grandmother also takes care of other two of her grandchildren who were born out of wedlock. The family lives in a four roomed permanent house, they get water from the lake and use firewood/charcoal for cooking and kerosene lamp for lighting. The family is doing well except the grandmother who has high blood pressure. Due to the family situation the child was placed in the orphanage "Island of Hope" on the Rusinga Island, where this child should find new home and start going to school. (Adoption of this child is increased by the amount of 16.800 CZK/660 EUR per year to cover the cost of the study, accommodation, food and governess in the orphanage.)

Monicah Katunge

Girl
10 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52395
Monicah was born in 2007 and is an only child. The mother was married to a man who became unfaithful and got married to another wife and they divorced in 2006. Mother started selling vegetables and doing casual work in the people gardens to feed the children. The average monthly income of the family is 3,000 KES. The family of four dependants lives in own semi-permanent house. They use firewood for cooking, lamp for lighting and get water from the river and well. Monicah is healthy girl. She is in 3rd class in primary school (situation in 2017).

Fiona Atieno Ogoko

Girl
11 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52225
Fiona Atieno Ogoko was born on 04/11/2006 and goes to school at St. Gabriel Community Youth Centre. She has a brother called Ammon and he was born on 2010. The father is businessman and the mother is house wife. Their family average net income is 3500 KES (30 EUR) per month. This income is not enough to cover all family needs and school fees for children. They stay in semi-permanent house on rental in a single room and with 4 dependants (girl’s cousin lives with family). They use kerosen for cooking, electricity for lighting and tap water for drinking and washing of clothes, which they buy. She is in good health condition.

Roffin Atieno Owino

Girl
11 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52445
Roffin lives with her parents and her three older siblings in Ngando. The father is a casual worker and the sole breadwinner, his average monthly income of KSh 8,000 must provide for 5 dependants. It is a real challenge for the family to pay for the school fees, and due to lack of funds the girl spends most of her time at home which really affects her performance. The family stay in a rented permanent house with two rooms. They cook on a charcoal cooker, using electricity for lighting and buying water. Roffin's health is good. Her older sisters are Christine (b. 2002), Anne (b. 2001) and Clementine (b. 2000).

Austin Omondi

Boy
12 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52069
Family has low income which is sufficient for basic needs only, but family has no money for the school fees. Thanks to the adoptive parents, the boy goes to 3rd class.

Joseph Ochieng

Boy
12 years old
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Child number: 52659
The father who was the only family breadwinner died leaving the children with their mother who is a house wife to feed and also take the children to school. The mother could not manage it and because of this the first born Quinter drop out of school to get married. Now Joseph stays/live with Quinter who is also a house wife and has her own two children to feed and also take to school. They live in a mud house with one room. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and they get watter from a well. The mother is now remaining with othertwo Joseph’s siblings – older Dorine and younger Joshua whom she takes care of but she can’t manage because she depends entirely on relatives and neighbours. The family is doing well except Joseph who has chest problems. Due to the family situation the child was placed in the orphanage "Island of Hope" on the Rusinga Island, where this child should find new home and start going to school. (Adoption of this child is increased by the amount of 16.800 CZK/660 EUR per year to cover the cost of the study, accommodation, food and governess in the orphanage.)

Logan Ochieng Okinyi

Boy
12 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52174
The father died and left Logan and his three siblings with their mother only. Later the mother disappeared from home, leaving the children alone. Their step-grandfather, who is only a small farmer, took care of them. They live in a two-room house with an earthen roof of grass that is leaking when it rains. Grandfather is already old and can not take care of the kids. Logan was therefore placed in an orphanage Island of Hope. That is why he needs a higher amount that include the cost of accommodation, food and governess in an orphanage.

Mary Michel

Girl
12 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52493
Mary was born on 25th November 2005, she stays with her parents in Nairobi, Dandora. The father, David Nabuse is a hawker while the mother, Jackline Asiko is housewife. They have an income of about 5,000 KES per month (approximately 44 EUR). She has 1 sibling, Febian who is in school. They stay in a permanent rental house. They use stove for cooking, electricity for lighting and get water from the tap. The parents are struggling to pay their school fees. The child has no health problem.

Monica Njeri

Girl
12 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52320
Monica was born on 2.3.2005 and she has three siblings: Albert Wanyoike, Lucy Wambui (she is a hairdresser) and Kennedy Ngige (no. 50502). The mother is a widow and she sells second hand clothes to meet her family's needs. The oldest son Albert lives with the grandmother. The family's monthly income is about 3,000 Ksh. They live in an iron sheet house which they rent for 2,500 Ksh per month. They use kerosine for cooking, electricity for lighting and get their water from a community well. The girl has similar health problems as her brother, but she is able walk to and from school herself.

Sheila Skita Achieng

Girl
12 years old
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Child number: 52652
Sheila was the only child of the mother, the mother died leaving her alone with no one to feed and also provide her with other basic needs in life and that is why she was taken by her grandmother who sells vegetables along the road. Apart from Sheila, the grandmother also takes care of her husband, her daughter and Sheila’s cousin. The income she gets is meagre to provide all the basic needs to the family. The family average monthly income is 2300 KES (19 Eur). The family of five people lives in a three roomed mud house, they get water from the lake, use kerosene for lighting and firewood for cooking. Sheila is doing well at present. Due to the family situation the child was placed in the orphanage "Island of Hope" on the Rusinga Island, where this child should find new home and start going to school. (Adoption of this child is increased by the amount of 16.800 CZK/660 EUR per year to cover the cost of the study, accommodation, food and governess in the orphanage.)

Sylvance Kevogo Idagiza

Boy
12 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52219
Sylvance Kevogo Idagiza was born on 10/08/2005 in Kakamega. He goes to school at Inyali Primary school. Boy is from polygamous family of 8 members. His father is a casual labourer in Nairobi and his mother is a housewife. He has two sisters and three brothers. He is the last born in family. Their average net income is 6000 KES (51 EUR) per month. They stay in a mud house in countryside. They use firewood for cooking, lamp for lighting and river water for drinking and washing clothes. The child is health.

Alvin Mukasia

Boy
13 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41620
Alvin was born on 27th Februray 2004,he has 1 sibling Flevin 14yrs.They live with their parents in a permanent house which is rental.they use kerosene to cook,electricity for lighting and fetch water from a tap near by.The father earns an average of ksh.3,000. He would like to be a pilot.

Cliff Rodgers Osodo

Boy
13 years old
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Child number: 52658
Cliff is the last born in the family of four children. His three older brothers are Reinas (born 2001), Metrix (born 202) and Ken (born 2005). The father had three wives where his mother is the second wife of the father. The father who was the only family breadwinner died leaving the wives to take care of their children. The first wife of the father also died leaving the two children, one of her child lives with Cliff’s mother and the other one lives with the last wife of the father. Cliff’s mother does selling of second hand clothes, the income she gets is 4000 KES (32 EUR) is not enough to pay school fees and also provide other basic needs in life to the children. The family is doing well health wise except Cliff who is HIV positive and use ARV medicine, They live in a three roomed semi-permanent house. They get water from a lake, use firewood/charcoal for cooking, kerosene lamp/solar for lighting. Due to the family situation the child was placed in the orphanage "Island of Hope" on the Rusinga Island, where this child should find new home and start going to school. (Adoption of this child is increased by the amount of 16.800 CZK/660 EUR per year to cover the cost of the study, accommodation, food and governess in the orphanage.)

Moses Otieno

Boy
13 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41482
Moses lives in Kisumu with four of his siblings and all attend school,he likes playing football amd moulding,he suffers from ear pain,toothpain and from malaria too.They live in a family house that belongs to them,7 dependants in a double room,they use firewood for cooking,kerosene lamp and fetch water from the dam,the parents monthly income is 4000/ per month which they use to cater fr the basic needs of the family.

Sharon Imbala

Girl
13 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41124
Sharon is the only child and her mother abandoned her when she was 8 months old. The father is an addict of alcohol and is not responsible at all. Sharon stays with her uncle from the mother's side. They live in town Kakamega. Sharon is going to primary school.

Volenter Akinyi Miswanya

Girl
13 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51985
Volenta has 6 siblings. Pamella 30yrs, George 16yrs, Lilian 14yrs, Ruben 12yrs,Rian 7yrs and Esther 3yrs.They live in a three roomed house that has been made mud walls.The mother is a vegetable vendor and this income is very small, the father is a fisherman and his income depends on how much fish he has to take to the market each day.This kind of incone makes it hard for the family to be able to meet their daily needs as each day its not constant amount and other days there is no income.

Brian Omondi

Boy
14 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41267
Brian was born on 02nd Septemeber 2002, he has 3 siblings Willam 9yrs,Lavenda 13yrs and Ruth 6 yrs.They are 6 dependants in the family.They live in a permanent house which has two rooms and is for rental.They use kerosene for cooking, elecritcity for lighting and tap water for drinking.The parents earn an average of 6,000.

Bulgyt Bromix Odhiambo

Boy
14 years old
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Child number: 52656
Bulgyt is the first born of three He has 2 brothers Restoration and Darine. The father who was the family breadwinner died leaving the mother who sells vegetables along the road to feed and also take the children to school. The income she gets is very little to provide for the family basic needs in life. The family average monthly income is 4530 KES (37 Eur).The family lives in a two roomed mud house. They both do well health wise. They get water from the well, use firewood for cooking and also kerosene for lighting. Due to the family situation the child was placed in the orphanage "Island of Hope" on the Rusinga Island, where this child should find new home and start going to school. (Adoption of this child is increased by the amount of 16.800 CZK/660 EUR per year to cover the cost of the study, accommodation, food and governess in the orphanage.)

David Onyango

Boy
14 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41448
David lives with the grandmother,she lives with him so that he can help her in house chores when he is out of school because the grandmother is elderly.From the farm produse the grandmother earns an income of 600/ per month.She has four children of her own,DAvid suffers from chest and stomach problems,they live in a house that belongs to them,3 dependants in a 2 roomed house,they cook using firewood and keroesne lamp,they also fetch water from the dam.

Harriet Osita Akasa

Girl
14 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41725
Harriet was born on 24th October 2003,she has 2 sibling who are in school.She goes to St. Emma Primary school in Dandora.She stays with her parents who do not have a stable income since they depend on casual work for their upkeep.they stay in a single permanent rental room,use stove for cooking,lanten lamp for lighting and get water from the tap.Harriet is a healthy girl.
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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.

Section of detailed information provides an overview of how this projects works. In case you have already chosen a child from our database, you can also find here all the steps to be taken in order to adopt a child remotely.

You can also provide the adoptive children by health insurance, that covers any medical treatment the child needs during 1 year.

Adoption Friend Club forms an integral part of this project, and enables to support education of Kenyan children by one-time contribution anytime during the year.

In case you already are an “adoptive parent”, here you will find complementary information and references for adoptive parents about the whole adoption process.

Photo-gallery and videos document promotional events of this project and provide coverage from trips to Kenya, including greetings and messages from children, handing over of presents and give overview of individual schools and their facilities.