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Total: 98 children

Naomi Nekesa

Girl
19 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41424
Naomi Wekesa born 20th/march/2003. She lives in a polygamous family in Tranzoia District Kitale, Mandarara with her parents.Her father separeted with her step mother.Her3 step sisters are living with their mother.Naomi biological siblings are 9.Her father works in ADC farm as a casual worker and her mother do farming.They all survive on farm produce, both parents are the source income of 11 dependants with an average income of 5,000 ksh per month (50 EUR).They live in their own one roomed, family mud house where they use firewood for cooking, kerosene lump for light and they get water from bore hole. Naomi has good health only that she has skin fangal infection on her head that keeps re-occuring ( ring worm), She likes playing football and drawing. In 2020 she attends first class in High school. Unfortunately, her sponsor had to stop adoption from financial reasons and therefore we now look for a new one that could help and support with an amount of 5600 CZK/ 220 EUR per school term.

Nicholas Oduor

Boy
19 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41450
Nicholas lives with his parents in Alego village. The parents are farmers with an income of 1200 KES per month which they earn after selling farm produce. They provide basic needs for their 4 children. The family lives in own a mud house. They use firewood for cooking, lamp for lighting and fetch water from the dam. Nicholas likes palying football and he also works hard in school.

Shedrick Peter

Boy
19 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41120
The parents divorced in 2007 and since then the mother has been taking care of the children. He is the last born in the family of seven children. The two elder sibblings left home to find job in the city of Nairobi. The rest of the children and mother stays in two roomed house in a slum area. HIs mother does house keeping jobs to feed the family. His father got married again and he has another family. Peter likes listening to music and attends school music club. He wants to be a teacher when he grows up. In 2020 he started to attend 2nd form on high school. The adoption is for 5,600 CZK/220 EUR per school term as the high school expenses are higher comparing with primary school.

Theresa Adhiambo Owino

Girl
19 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51670
Teresa lives with the step mother,after both of her parents died,the mother died in 2004 same year as the father.The step mother does small scale farming after whioch she sells some farm produse to earn an income of 4000/ per month.The child has chest problems and has a skin problem,They live in a house made of mud which belongs to them,4 dependants in a 2 roomed house,they use firewood fro cooking,kerosene lamp and fecth water from the lake.

Caroline Atieno Oguta

Girl
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51641
Caroline lives with both parents in a one bedroom house in a slum area in Nairobi. She has a younger brother (Frankmartin Ochieng, b. 2009). Staying with them since the death of the father's sister is also her orphaned cousin. The father works as a casual telecom technician and the mother does tailoring. The net income for the family per month is KES 20,000. In 2021, Caroline is in the Form 3 in High school. The adoption is for 5,600 CZK/ 220 EUR per school term.

Devin Osoro

Boy
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41749
Devin Osoro was born in 2002. He lives with both his parents in Nairobi Dandora. He has four siblings: Dancan Omwanga was born in 1997, Darwin Nyakora in 1999, Cynthia Kerubo was born in 2004 and the youngest Christabel Gesare in 2011. The family's average monthly income is 10,000 Ksh. They live in a rental mud house, use charcoal for cooking, kerosene lamps for lighting and get water from the tap. Devin is healthy. In 2020, he should be in year 3 at high school. The adoption is for 5,600 CZK /220 EUR per term.

Esther Munyazi Ngao

Girl
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40965
Esther (*2002) stays with both parents who earn the monthly net income of ksh 7,500, they stay in a mud house that belong to them, they have 6 dependants in a 4 roomed house, they use fire wood for cooking, hericane lamp for lighting and they get their water from the tap.The kid's health is good, the house belong to them but the lant is rental. In 2020, the girl should start studying Form 3 in high school. The adoption is for 5 600 Kč/220 EUR per trimestr.

Goreti Akinyi Onyango

Girl
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40890
Gorreti is student schooling atOngoro Christian Academy. She lives with both her parents. She has 6 siblings Willis is a carpenter, Chadwik is a mason, Fredrick, Moline, Fethline is schooling at Ongoro Primary School and Ceril. the family's average monthly income is ksh 16,500. they are nine poeple living in a 4 roomed semi-permanent house . they use firewood for cooking, lamp for lighting and get their water from the river. she has a problem with her teeth that is also giving her headache.

Grace Kaluki

Girl
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41247
Grace Kaluki was born on the 11th of June 2002. her mother Naomi Kavuu Is a farmer while his father is Issack Mua who does casual jobs to be able to survive. Grace has two sibblings Teresia Nduku and Samwel Mwangi. The family also lives with their niece who is the daughter of their mother since their mother has to go to school. her name is Joyce Mbula. they live in a two roomed house made from mud walls, use water from the unprotected wells, use kerosine for lights and firewood for cooking. Grace does not have any known health problems.

Hazzary John Wandera

Boy
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41262
John lives in Nairobi with his parents and three siblings Jescah, Salmon, Yvone. They rent a single room in the slum where they all live. The father works as shoe maker and this income is different each day.

Jackson Nzuki

Boy
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41837
Jackson lives with mary who is the aunty,he has been living with the aunty since he was 2 years as the mother left him under the care of mary and went to nairobi insearch of a job,which she got as a bar attender.The mother howver stopped supporting JAckson 2 years ago and the aunty has been taking care of the basicneeds of the boy.They live in a house that belongs to mary 11 dependants which is 3 roomed house.They use firewood fr cooking,kerosene lamp for lighting and fetch water from a well. Jackson is in class 8 at primary school. He would need support of 2,400 CZK/100 Eur per term.

Jackson Mwanza Musau

Boy
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52420
Jackson was born in 2002 and he has 3 siblings - Daniel (ID 40629), Brigid and Rachael (ID 52413). They stay in a house with one room constructed by the community. They rely on well wishers. Average family income is 1000 KES (approximately 9 EUR) per month. They use firewood for cooking, lantern lamp for lighting and water from a river. Jackson is healthy boy. He completed class 8 last year 2019, and in 2020 joined a high school, where the expenses are higher than in primary school. The adoption is for 5,600 CZK /220 EUR per term.

John Walker Barasa

Boy
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41618
John Walker was born on July 24, 2002. He lives in Tranzoia District, Kitale Kiminini Matunda with his mother. Hiis father got lost during clashes in 2008 and nobody knows where he is. Her mother is a farmer. John has ninesiblings: younger Winny Nasimiyu is in the adoption programme, too (ID 41617), older Wolter Mukirisu (carpenter), Titus Mwanja (mason), Felix Wandili (welder), Linet Nekesa (married), Lydia Namalwa (household help), Lilian Nekesa, Amos Barasa, Juliet Lisike (in school). The mother supports seven dependants. They live in a two-room mud house which they rent for 1,500 Ksh per month. They survive on their farm products with the average monthly income of 6,000 Ksh. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene lamps for light and get water from a bore hole. John suffers from a skin allergy and blocked nose when it gets cold. He likes playing football, drawing and going to school.He is in class 2 at high school. The adoption is for 5,600 CZK /220 EUR per term.

Justevs Otieno Owuor

Boy
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 40884
Justus is a student schooling at Nyabonduio Vision. He was born in the year 2002. his father died in the year 2003. he is left under the care of his single mother who does farming to make ends meet. He has 2 siblings Benedict schooling at St. Hilarius a form 1 student and Evance Opondo is schooling at Nyabondo mix. Their average monthly income is ksh. 1500. they are 4 people living in a 4 roomed mud house. the house belongs to the family. they use firewood for cooking, lantern lamp for lighting and get their water from a river. he has recently had eye problem but has not yet visited the doctor.

Marvin Omondi

Boy
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 51407
Marvin is a student schooling at Humanist Primary. He lives with both his parents. The father is a fisherman while the mother is a farmer. The family gets a very low income of ksh. 4,000 which they manage to get basic needs. Marvin works very hard in school. he has no known health problem he likes playing football. he has 4 siblings Maurice schooling at Dr. Williams, Winnie schooling at Kamasengre Primary, Brian and Attoney General. they are 7 people living in a 3 roomed house. they use firewood for cooking, lamp for lighting and get their water from Lake Victoria.

Nicholas Odongo Awayo

Boy
20 years old
Search urgently for parents
Child number: 51639
Nicholas lives with the grandmother because are not able to sustain his upkeep,he has oone sibling who is with the parents but the grandmother lives with other siblings,the child has a nosebleeding problem,The family live in their own house,4 dependants in a single room house,they use firewood fro cooking,kerosene lamp and fetch water from the lake. In 2020, the boy should start studying in our high school Island of Hope. The adoption is for 5. 600 Kč/220 EUR per trimestr.

Pheny Debra Achieng

Girl
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 55078
Pheny was born in 2002 as the second born in the family of five children. The father does peasant farming and fishing while the mother sells fish. The family average income is 2000 KES (approximately 18 EUR). They live in a three roomed mud house, they use firewood for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and fetches water from the lake. Pheny is healthy girl and she is very good student. In 2021 she is in year 2 at high school. The adoption is for 5,600 CZK/220 EUR per term as the high school expenses are higher comparing with primary school.

Rayern Musinga

Boy
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41717
Ryan goes to high school. He lives with his grandmother and 5 of his siblings. Yvonne 13yrs is in class 6, Shaila 19yrs iis in form 3, christine 14yrs is inclass 8, Cliff 15yrs also in class 8 and Kelly 18yrs is in form 3. he has 9 siblings apart from the 5 siblings that he is atying with at his grandmother's houusetheir are 4 othersiblings 2 of whom live with his parents in Kitale theyare Joy 5yrs and Michael 7yrs. the other 2 siblings Maureen 21yrs and Mercy are both married. he stays with his grandmother because both his parents stay far from where he goes to school. the family's average monthly income is ksh. 6,500. they are 7 people living in a 4 roomed mud house that belongs to the family. they use firewood for cooking, kerosine lamp for lighting and get their water from the river. he has no known health complication. he loves playing footballl. The adoption is for 5.600 CZK / 220 EUR per school term.

Robinson Aoch

Boy
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41320
Robinson was born on 27th/Dec/2002, he goes to Nyaoke Primary 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 health wise at the moment.

Roselyn Mbone

Girl
20 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 41534
Roselyne is a class 1 pupil schooling at St. Ralphs Academy. The father works as a security guard and the mother is a farmer. Their combined average income is ksh. 3000. he has 6 siblings Maline 22yrs she dropped out of schoolin class 8 and now works as a house help, Festas 20yrs also dropped out of school at class 7 and now works as a cobler, Eline 12yrs goes to school at Makuche Primary, Charles 10yrs goes to school at St. Ralphs Academy adoption no. 41537, John is 5yrs also goes to the same school as Roselyne and Flora 4yrs. they live in a mud house with grass thatched roof. they are 8 people living in the 3 roomed house. they also live together with Maline's son who is 2yrs old. they use firewood for cooking, kerosene and get thier water from river.

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.

You can also provide the adoptive children by health insurance, that covers any medical treatment the child needs during 1 year.

Adoption Friend Club forms an integral part of this project, and enables to support education of Kenyan children by one-time contribution anytime during the year.

In case you already are an “adoptive parent”, here you will find complementary information and references for adoptive parents about the whole adoption process.

Photo-gallery and videos document promotional events of this project and provide coverage from trips to Kenya, including greetings and messages from children, handing over of presents and give overview of individual schools and their facilities.