Adoption - Robinson Aoch

Child number: 41320
Not adopted
City, quarter: Kisumu Rongo
State: Kenya
Mother: Everlyne Achieng Okello, birth 1978, farmer
Father: Cosmas Okello, birth 1967, farmer
Guardian: -
Description of the situation: Robinson was born on 27th Dec 2002, he attends the high school Island of Hope Humanist Mixed Boarding School, The father is doing peasant farming and the mother also is a peasant famer.Robinson has four siblings namely: Pheline Derota, Beril Okello, Rinen Okello and lastly is Samsa Marceline. The family average income is kshs.1500; they live in a inherited house with 7 rooms. They use firewood for cooking, kerosine for lighting and gets water from borehole. Robinson is doing fine, his health is good. The fee for enabling him to continue attending the high school is 5600Kč/220 EUR.
Contact: Martina Veseková, , tel.

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.

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