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Adoption - William Awino Ombalo

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Child number: 52672
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City, quarter: Rusinga Island Rusinga East [Lianda]
State: Kenya
Guardian: Mary Anyango, birth 1979, House wife
Description of the situation: William is the last born in the family of four children. His siblings are Molent Achieng (1992, married), Evaline Auma (1994, married), Daniel Ombalo (1996, drop out of school). Both parents died leaving the children with their aunt who is a widow, a house wife and also has her own children to feed and pay their school fees. The family income is really low, only 1800 KES/month (cca 418 Kč). The family entirely depends on well-wishers and relatives for their daily upkeep. They live in a two room’s mud house that belongs to them. They use Firewood/Charcoal for cooking, Kerosene lamp for lighting and they get water from a lake. William’s hobbies are playing football and volleyball, he likes doing Kiswahili, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and History. William would like to be a lawyer after completing his education. William is doing well except he feels pain in the chest when the weather is cold. In 2018 she is already in form 2 at Island of Hope-Humanist Mixed Boarding Sec.School. In the previous year his aunt try hard to pay the school fees by themselves but it is almost impossible. That is why we decided to put him into our program that he does not have to leave the school. He needs support of 5600 CZK/220 EUR per term.
Contact: Marie Niederhafnerová, marie.niederhafnerova@adopceafrika.cz, tel. +420 732 122 654

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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