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Adoption - Brian Okello Olunga

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Child number: 51361
Boy,
Not adopted
City, quarter: Kisumu Mbita
State: Kenya
Mother: Agnes Atieno, birth 1966, peasant farmer
Father: Paul Olunga, birth 1940, peasant farmer
Guardian: -
Description of the situation: Brian's family lives in Rusinga Island with both their parents. He has 6 siblings Denis is married, Lydia is in college, Lorine, Rena, Faith and Thomas. The family's average monthly income is ksh. 20,000. they are 11 living in a 3 roomed semi-permanent house. they use firewood for cooking, tin lamp for lighting and get their water from the lake. he has no known health problem. they also live with other dependants who are orphans. he has no known health complications. He is in Form 4 at high school in 2018. The adoption is for 4,800 CZK/200 Eur per term but the basic support 2,400 CZK/100 Eur per term is also possible (after the verification).
Contact: Michaela Krakowka, michaela.krakowka@adopceafrika.cz, tel. +420 722 548 495

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.

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