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Brian Kamau

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51716
Brian lives with his sick mother and grandmother in a two bed roomed house built for them by Brians sponsor. The grandmother is a vegetable vendor. The family situation is bad since the grandmother cannot afford to pay school fees for the children. Brian´s mother does domestic casual work only when she feels better. Brian has 2 siblings Harrison Mungai schooling at Hope Well Secondary School, Vanessa Wambui born in 2010 is still at home.

Brian Otieno Odoyo

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51905
The father died and left the mother who is a peasant farmer to feed and also take the children to school. She could not manage to do all these and that's why children were taken by their uncle who is also peasant famer. He has also own kids to feed and take to school. Brian is the second born in the family of three. The family has an income of 4500 Ksh. They live in a three roomed semi permanent house, they get water from the river, use kerosene for lighting and firewood for cooking.

Calistus Masika

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41426
Calystus lives in Tranzoia District, Kitale Matunda in Shangalamwe village with his parents and younger siblings: Maxwell Busaka, Felistus Mboga,Ruth Mbone.His father is a small scale farmer, his mother is a house wife.They live in their own 2-room mud house. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and get water from borehole. Income of the family is 6,000 Ksh per month. Calystus likes playing football and riding bicycle. He is healthy.

Emmanuel Onyango

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41400
His parents seperated and he is now living with his step mother. They also stay togetherwith his other siblings. Veronica and Sharon, he is in adoption no. 40899. Their average monthly income is ksh. 4000. They live in a 3 roomed semi- permanent house their are 7 people 2 of them are step children. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene lamb for lighting and get their water from a river or sometimes from a stream. He suffered from chronic malaria. He likes playing at home with sisters and brother or he likes playing football with his friend.

Eric Onyango

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41600
Erick stays with both his parents. He has four sibligs: twin Edward (also in the adoption program no. 41599), Monica Millicent (in adoption under no. 40779), Ann and Samuel. The family's monthly income is 9,000 Ksh. They live in a rental one-roomed house. The mother makes ceramics pots while the father does private security works. They use ceramic stove for cooking, electricty for lighting and get their water from tap provided in the house. Eric has chest pains and sometimes cannot breath.

Eugine Akello Wandeo

Girl
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52011
Eugine has two younger siblings: Fanuel and Brightone. They live in two roomed mud house that belong to them. They use firewood for cooking, a tin lamp for lighting and get water from the Victoria lake. The mother does small scale farming and the father runs a small business in the rural area. Their income is not enough to meet all the basic needs of the family and keep the children in school. Making it hard for them each month to survive.

Gabriel O. Mwakio Kimonge

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51917
Gabriel was born on 5th September 2002 and has two siblings: Winnie and Terry. Children are orphans and live with their relativeThey use chracoal for cooking, lantern lamp for lighting and fetch water from a well. The relative earns an avarege of 7,000 Ksh per month from small-scale business.

Jeridah Nekesa Simnu

Girl
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41274
Jerida has both parents and two siblings. Zipla 4 and half and step sister Mariam 17yrs. They rent a single room where they live in Kayole. The step sister lives upcountry with the grandmother and she lives in the city with the parents and younger sibling. The father has been employed in a moulding company where she does casual jobs. The income is not enough to meet the basic needs and to support the grandmother and sibling in school upcountry.

John Okinyi

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40896
John is a class 3 student schooling at Gogo Primary School. He stays with his grandmother who works as a baby class teacher. The mother passed away in 2004. his father is alive he moved to Nairobi but does not take care of his children. They are now left with thier old grandmother who struggles to make ends meet.He has one sibling Erick is in class 5 schooling at Gogo Primary. the average monthly income is ksh. 2,500. they are 5 living in a semi-permanent house that has 3 rooms. they use kerosene/ firewood/ charcoal for cooking, lamp for lighting and get their water from river. he has skin rush.

Kevin Odiwuor

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40873
The father of Kevin died in the year 2008. He has 4 siblings: Donald, Derick, Felix and Dancan. All of them visit the school. The family's average monthly income is ksh. 4,000. they are 7 people among them is 1 orphan. they use firewood for cooking, kerosene for lighting and get their water from a borehole. he had a problem with his stomach and was diagnosed with typhoid. He likes playing football and attends school wildlife club. He would like to be a doctor when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 4th class of high school.

Manas Okomo Otieno

Boy
15 years old
Search urgently for parents
Child number: 52655
Manas is the second born in the family of three children, the first born is and the last born is Steve. Both the parents died leaving the children with their old grandmother who does nothing completely for her income. The family entirely depends on the hands of well-wishers, neighbors and relatives for their daily food. The family is doing well generally health wise at present They live in a two roomed mud house, they get water from the lake, use firewood for cooking and also kerosene/solarmal 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.)

Milton Otieno Okeyo

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41095
Milton is currently (2016) staying with his grandma, he is in his last year of primary school. His parents divorced in 2013 - Milton's mother works as a house help, while his father does casual jobs on construction sites. Since they got divorced the father is not in touch with the family and they don't know where he is. The boy is the first born, he has three siblings: Phoebe (b. 2005), Walter (b. 2006) and Ida (b. 2007). Ida is staying with the mother while the other two are staying with their grandma.

Mkauma Hassan Fondo

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40843
Hassan stays with grandmother, his mother died. He was born 13. 5. 1998 and has 2 siblings. Ali and Lucky. They live in 3 roomed mud house in rental. Cook on firewood and use kerosene for lightning. Water také from tap. Grandmother does farming for living. Hassan is healthy.

Moses Owino Otieno

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41374
Moses lives with both his parents. His father sells charcoal and his mother sells fish. They earn about 9,000 Ksh a month. Moses has eight siblings, most of them are married. The eldest one is George who is a tailor, followed by Monica, Margaret, Paul (he is a tailor, too), Nancy, Mary, Solomon and Salome who stays with Paul in Nairobi where she attends school. Five people live in a two-room mud house. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene for lighting and they get water from a stream. Moses often complains of headaches.

Mumbua Paul

Girl
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40908
Mumbua has an older sister Gloria and a younger brother Kevin. They live with their parents and grandparents in the eastern part of Kenya where the weather is not good for farming. They grow and sell fruit to make a living and pay school fees. Although Mumbua is a slow learner, the family really appreciate the help he gets thanks to the adoption programme. She likes playing with her friends and attends science club. She wants to be an Engineer. In 2018 she should attend the 7th class of primary school.

Nancy Adhiambo

Girl
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41595
Nancy was born in Februar 2002, her mother died in June 2002. Nancy lives with her uncle and aunt ( sister of her mother) and 5 children in Kibera slum where they share a sinlge mud room.The family use charcoal and stove for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and fetch water from the tap. Nancy is healty.

Nelson Mandela

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52251
He is the fifth born in a family of 8 children. The father died in 2013. The mother is the one taking care of all the family and she works as a house made. Non of the children has managed to finish high school due to lack of money for the school fees. They all stay together in a two roomed mud house in the village. They don´t have a farm so the family depends entirely on the work that the mother does. One of the sibllings also started now to work as a househelp when she was not able to continue with her education. The mother earns kshs.2000 per month from the househelp job that she does.

Nicola Awuor

Girl
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40870
Nicola was born on July 10, 2002. Her mother works as a hairdresser and her father repairs telephones. He has never married her mum, left the family and does not support them. Nicol lives with her grandmother (born in 1949) who farms in the country. The mother sometimes sends some money to them. The grandma owns a three-room mud house with a roof made from iron sheets. Nicol's older sister Christine Adhiambo (born in 1996) also lives with them. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene for lighting and get water from a borehole. Nicol has problems with her ears. She has seen the doctor but with no result. In 2010, she had to be operated on because of a tumour in her throat. She likes playing volleyball with her friends and attends school debate club. She wants to be a nurse. In 2018 she should attend the 3rd class of high school.

Oscar Odhiambo

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41453
Oscar lives with the parents in Alego. The parents are both farmers and they get an income of 2000 KES per month from selling surplus which helps them take care of the family. Oscar is a hradworker in school and suffers from a stomachache.

Philemon Nono Olong

Boy
15 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41599
Edward stays with both his parents and he has 4 sibligs: twin Erick (no. 41600 in adoption program), 2 years older Monica (in adoption program no. 40779), 5 years older Ann and 8 years older Samuel. The family's monthly income is Ksh. 9,000. The stay in a rental house in 1 room. The mother cleans port holes with the nairobi city council. While the father does private security works. They use ceramic stove for cooking, electricty for lighting and get their water from tap provided in the house. He has no known health problem.
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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.