Adoption - Asaph Kiambo

Child number: 52815
Not adopted
City, quarter: Nyeri Gakindu
State: Kenya
Mother: Agnes Wahito, birth 1972, house wife
Father: Silas Mukere, birth 1971, casual worker
Description of the situation: Asaph is from the family of five children. He has brothers Bramwel (1998), Michael (2000), Gabriel (2006) and sister Rose (2001). The mother is housewife and father has only casual jobs. Family has only around 3,000 KES/30 EUR per month. The income of family get is little to feed and also pay school fees to the children and also to provide other basic needs in life to the family. The family lives in three room wooden house which belongs to them. They use firewood for cooking, paraffin lamp for lighting and they get water from the river. Asaph is healthy boy and he likes playing football with his friends. In 2019 he is already in last year of Nursery School. Boy needs support of 2.400 CZK/100 EUR per term.
Contact: Jana Vandírková, , tel. +420777238348

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.

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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