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Child number: 52125
Boy,
Not adopted
City, quarter: Kisumu Kamayoge
State: Kenya
Mother: Nancy Atieno, birth 1988, Housewife
Father: Seth Otieno, birth 1985, bike taxi
Description of the situation: Chrislexton is the first born in the family of three children, he was born on 24th/Oct/2008. He is in Island of Hope. His follower is called Tatiana Dario born on 23rd/April/2009 in Baby class and last child at present is called Marceline Eva born on 16th/Feb/2013.The father is a boda boda operator while the mother is a house wife. They get water from the lake; they use firewood for cooking and Kerosine lamp for light. They come from Kamayoge in Rusinga West location. The average income Kshs.4000 per month. They live in a 2 roomed mud house.
Contact: Petra Augustová, , tel. +420 604 627 800

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.

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