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Xaverian Musichi Otumba

Boy
16 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41793
Xaverian Musichi was born on 2/5/2006 in Emakale village, Kilingili. The father Geoffrey Musichi was born in 1976 and he is small scale farmer, the mother Bridgid Sunday was born in 1978 and she is housewife. He has sibblings: Centrine Musich, Zinat Omina, Dadir, Saisi Vithengwa and Rose Bujede. Their monthly income is 2000 KES. They stay in semi permanent house. They use fire wood for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and stream water for cooking, drinking and washing of clothes. Their income is not enough to bring up their children. He likes playing football and attends school debate club. He wants to be a Lawyer when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 8th class of primary school.

Alfan Bewasho Juma

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40989
Alfan stays with both parents and siblings in a 3-room house, which belongs to them.They use firewood for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and they get their water from the tap. The parents are farmers, thier income is 8,000 Ksh per month. The child's health is good. His sister is also in adoption program ( No. 40988). He likes helping his parents and reading books at school. He wants to be a teacher when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 1st class of high school.

Asenath Jacqueline Apiyo

Girl
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40562
Asenath has two siblings: the twin Felix ( also in adoption program - No. 40563) and the second one, who attends school. Income of the family is 8000 Ksh per month. They live in a rented house which costs them 2000 Ksh per month, 5 people live in one room. They use stove for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and they have tap water. He likes playing netball. Asenath wants to be a Doctor. In 2018 he should attend the 1st class of high school.

Brian Oluoch

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41328
This child was born on 22nd/May/2001.he goes to Nyaoke Primary School.The father died leaving them with the mother who is a peasant farmer and only gets Kshs.500 from her farming. Brian has 8 siblings; they live in a 3 roomed, inherited semi permanent house. They use firewood for cooking, kerosine for lighting and they get water from the river. Brian has earing problem, they come from Nyaoke village in Rongo. He likes playing with friends and attends school drama club. He wants to be a teacher when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 8th class of primary school.

Brian Ochieng

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41520
Brian has three siblings, Molly 17yrs, Stephen 15yrs and Geofrey 12yrs. They live in a room in which they ren and can access water from a tap. The mother sells vegetables inorder to suppliment the income of the father who sells fish, though during other days when the fish is not available in plenty, the father ahs no income and they have to survive with the mothers income.Two of the eldest siblings are in high school which requires more and only Brian has sponsorship. He likes playing games andenglish at school. He wants to be a teacher when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 1st class of high school.

David Otieno

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41441
David lives with his parents in Alego village. The parents are both farmers and they manage with an income of 2000 KES per month that they use to provide for the basic needs of their four children plus one step sister. David likes playing and he also works hard in school. He has a chest problem. They live in their own two roomed mud house. They use firewood for cooking, lamp for lighting and fetch water from the dam. He likeshelping his parents and attends school music club. He wants to be a nurse when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 2nd class of high school.

Derick Muhanji Muchesia

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41118
He is the second born in a family of four children. The father works as a night guard in a school within a slum area in Nairobi. The father stays with the first born in the family and the rest stays with the mother in the village. The mother does small scale farming in the village and sells the surplus in the local market to feed the family. The father earns an avarage of kshs. 5000 per month and he is strugling to pay school fees for the first born who is now in high school. He is in our adoption program no. 41121. In 2018, he is in primary school in class 6.

Emma Myambura

Girl
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40701
Emma lives with both parents and her sister Caroline Wanjiru.The father is the breadwinner of the family with an income of Ksh 5,000 per month; due to his small income the living condition of the family is not good. She is of good health and would like to be a techer when she grows up. The family use stove for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and they fetch water from the tap. The family of 4 live in a single room rental house which costs them Ksh 1,500 per month. Emma likes playing netball and school drama festivals in school. In 2018 she should attend the 3rd class of high school.

Eustus Wanjiru Ngatia

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51185
Eustus was born on 30th April 2001. He comes from polygamis family of two mothers and one father. His father is an educationist and runs a small private school. His mother is housewife. Eustus has one older (born in 2000) sister Eucabeth and a younger step sister Blessing (born in 2006). The family lives in its own wooden house. There are five people in three rooms. They use firewood for cooking, electricity for lighting and borehole water. Eustus doesn´t have any health problems. He likes watching movies and mathematics lessons at achool. He wants to be a Lawyer when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 1st class of high school.

Faith Atieno

Girl
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41521
Faith is a class 3 pupil schooling at Rehema Learning Centre. She lives with both the parents. The mother is a domestic worker and the father is a tailor. She has 4 siblings Cynthia 12yrs Emaculate 8yrs, Sophy 5yrs they all go to the same school and the last born is Stephene he is 5 months old. the family's average monthly income is ksh. 7, 500. they rent a semi- permanent house living 9 people 2 people among the 9 are sisters to the mother. they use kerosene/ charcoal for cooking, candle/kerosene lamb for lighting and get their water from tap at a fee. Faith is allergic to fish and has problems with her eyes . it removes purse and its very painfull. She likes visiting her friends and attends school music festival club. She would like to be an Artist when she grows up.In 2018 she should attend the 2nd class of high school.

Francis Osore Onyango

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41094
Francis was born in 2001 and has 3 siblings (2 older sisters Faith and Anne; 1 younger brother Gideon). They stay with their parents in two roomed house in slum. The mother sells fish and the father is carpenter. But he has only casual job. The average family income is 10 000 KES (approximately 84 EUR). He likes to ride bike, reading story books, playing football. He attends school scouts club. He would like to be a policeman when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 3rd class of high school.

Hussein Abdalla

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51758
Hussein was born on 10th June 2001 and has two younger siblings. The guardian earns an average monthly net income of 2,500 Ksh. They live in a three roomed family house with three dependants in it, They use charcoal for cooking, tin lamp for lighting and get their water from the borehole. The child's health is good. He likes playing football and playing games at school. He wants to be a teacher when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 3rd class of high school.

Jackline Akinyi Oguna

Girl
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51955
Jackline lives with her aunt after the death of her parents. Her mother died in 2007 while the father died in 2009. Her cousin is also in the program (50288). Jackline was tested HIV positive. The family lives in their own house made of iron-sheet, 10 dependants in 3 rooms. The aunt earns an income of ksh 20000/ per month. They use charcoal and stove for cooking, electrcity for lighting and tap water. She likes being with friends and attends school journalism club. She would like to be a Journalist when she grows up.In 2018 she should attend the 2nd class of high school.

James Mutua

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52398
James was born in 2001 and he has three siblings: Stephen, Patricia and Samuel (ID 52404). James stays with the grandparent after the parents died of AIDS. The grandmother has a vegetable selling business in the local market and they do farming relying on rainfalls which are not reliable. The average monthly income of the family is 4,000 KES. They are nine dependants in the family and they live in own semi-permanent house. They use firewood for cooking, lamp for lighting and get water from the river and well. James is a healthy boy. He likes playing football and attends school young farmers club. He wants to be a Soldier when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 1st class of high school.

Judith Achieng

Girl
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51655
Judith lives with gradnmother to assist her with house chores since she has aged.The father works away from home but he prvides the family with the basic needs with his income of 4000 per month.The father has 2 wives and the mother is the first wife.The childs hobbies include playing football,sisnging and attending church choir.She suffers from stamch ache and mmalaria.They live in a mudhouse tat belongs to them,they use firewood fro cooking,kerosene lamp and ftch water from the lake.

Lendy Oluoch

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41325
Lendy was born on 7th/Feb/2001, she is in class 4 in Nyaoke Primary School, The father died and now they only have the mother who is a peasant famer whose average income is Kshs.1000.Lendy has eight siblings, they live in 3 roomed, rental permanent house. They get their water from the river, uses firewood for cooking and Kerosine for lighting. They come from Nyaoke village in Rongo.

Lenox Lewis Otieno

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51340
Lenox lives with mother and step-father. The mother is a hairdresser while the step-father is a farmer with an income of 5000/ per month which they use to provide for the familes basic needs, Lenox is a hardworker in school.They live in a mudhouse which they own, 5 dependants in a 2 roomed house,they use firewood fro cooking,keresone lamp and fetch water from the lake Victoria. He likes playing handball and attends school drama club. He wants to be a doctor when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 8th class of primary school.

Leyiomnet Lameria

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41336
Leiyomet was born on 10th September 2001, he has four siblings, Sabina, Sambery, Hillary and Manuel.They live in a one roomed manyatta in the village. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and get water from the dam. The family depends on pastoralism and this makes it difficult to cater for their basic needs.Leyiomnet is healthy. He likes playing football and hunting. He likes playing games at school. He wants to be a businessman when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 1st class of high school.

Mary Chirindo Heba

Girl
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40973
The kid stays with the parents in a 2roomed mud house which belongs to them.The parents have 2dependants and they use firewood for cooking,hericane lamp for lighting and get their water from the tap.The family depends mostly on farming so during dry seoson its hell for them. She likes cooking and attends school drama club. She would like to be an Actress when she grows up.In 2018 she should attend the 4th class of high school.

Metinsellah Ligwilu

Boy
17 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41584
Methusellah has two siblings, Cecil and Bruce. Two of them are in school and the youngest is yet to join school. The father rents two single rooms in kayole estate where they have access to water from a tap, use kerosene for cooking and a kerosene lamp for lighting. The father has a constant salary though it is very small and barely enough to meet the needs of this family. Making it hard for the father to keep the other child who is not under disatnce adoption in school since he barely can afford the school fee and the other needs. He likes visting his cousins. He wants to be a nurse when he grows up. In 2018 he should attend the 3rd class of high school.
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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.