Adoption - Grace Kaluki

Child number: 41247
Not adopted
City, quarter: Mavoloni Kambimawe
State: Kenya
Mother: Naomi Kavuu, birth 1984, farmer
Father: Isaac Mua, birth 1978, Casual jobs
Guardian: -
Description of the situation: Grace Kaluki was born on the 11th of June 2002. her mother Naomi Kavuu Is a farmer while his father is Issack Mua who does casual jobs to be able to survive. Grace has two sibblings Teresia Nduku and Samwel Mwangi. The family also lives with their niece who is the daughter of their mother since their mother has to go to school. her name is Joyce Mbula. they live in a two roomed house made from mud walls, use water from the unprotected wells, use kerosine for lights and firewood for cooking. Grace does not have any known health problems.
Contact: Andrea Augustová, , tel. +420 604 995 079

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. School fees at primary school are CZK 7200 (€300) / year, and at secondary school, college and orphanage are CZK 16800 (€660). The payment can also be broken down into multiple instalments.

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.