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Brighton Richard Ouma

Boy
5 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52845
Brighton´s parents got separated and he lives with his mother and other relatives. The mother is housewife. Family has only around 5,200 KES/52 EUR per month. The family lives in two rooms which are rented. They use firewood for cooking, paraffin lamp for lighting and they get water from the lake. Brighton is healthy boy. He likes playing football and listening music. In 2020 he should start to attend kindergarten. Due to the little income that is family earning, it is hard to meet basic family needs and paying school fees has become a big problem. That is why we decided to put him into our program that he could go to school. Brighton needs support of 2,400 CZK/100 EUR per term.

Steven Odhiambo Owiti

Boy
5 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52832
Steven lives with his parents and siblings Collins (2007), Juniour (2009) who is also in our program (ID 52191) and Jane (2019). The mother is housewife and father is fisherman. Family has only around 3,000 KES/30 EUR per month. The family lives in three room semi - permanent house (iron sheet and timber) which belongs to them. They use firewood for cooking, paraffin lamp for lighting and they get water from the lake. Steven is healthy boy. He likes playing football. In 2020 he should start to attend kindergarten. Due to the little income that is family earning, it is hard to meet basic family needs and paying school fees has become a big problem. That is why we decided to put him into our program that he could go to school. Steven needs support of 2,400 CZK/100 EUR per term.

James Orengo Owuato

Boy
6 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52643
James comes from a polygamous family where the mother is the second wife of the father. He is the last born in their house (siblings Owuato George born 1995, Owuato Fredrick born 1998, Esther 2001, Dorothy born 2003, Sarah born 2006, Anthony born 2012, Shelly born 2010 and Belinda born 2012). Everybody is doing well health wise except Fredrick who sometimes suffer from stomachache. Shelly is also aneamic.The father does fishing and the mother is a housewife. The family's month income is 6,500 KES. They live in their own mud house that has two rooms. They cook on the fire and take water from the lake. They use kerosene for lighting.James is doing well health wise at present except of the occasional malaria. In 2018 he would like to join a nursery in Community Center Island of Hope. Adoption of this child is 2400 CZK/100 Eur per term.

Samwel Ochieng Otieno

Boy
6 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52646
Samwel is the second born in the family of four children (siblings Patroba born in 2006, Jayla born in 2016 and Sheryl born in 2017). The father does fishing while the mother is a house wife. Apart from Samwel and the siblings, the father also takes care of his old mother who is a widow. The moth income is 5,500 KES. The family lives in a mud house with two rooms. The family cook on fire and take water from the river. They use kerosene for lighting. Samwel is doing well health wise at present except of the occasional malaria. In 2018 he would like to join a nursery in Community Center Island of Hope. Adoption of this child is 2400 CZK/100 Eur per term.

Asaph Kiambo

Boy
7 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52815
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.

Godfrey Otieno Midiwo

Boy
9 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52889
Godfrey comes from a big family, he has in total 6 siblings, some of them are also part of adoption program (Nancy 12 years old – ID 52887, Emily 15 years old – 52888, Maurine 19 years old – 50918, Eunice 23 years old – 51611). The father who was the only family breadwinner died leaving the mother who is a house wife to feed, pay school fees and also provides other basic needs to the family. Net family income is about 2000 ksh/ a month (20 euro). The family lives in a two roomed mud house, where the kids sleep in one room on the floor and the mother with the younger one sleeps in another room. They use firewood for cooking and kerosene for lighting, they get water from the well. Godfrey loves playing football, in school he likes Kiswahili, English and Mathematics and once he grows up he would like to be a doctor. He has ear and eye problem. Adoption of Godfrey costs 7.200 CZK/ 300 EUR per year.

Happy Rooney Omondi

Boy
9 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52371
Happy was born on 28th April 2011. He has three siblings: Felix (born in 2002), Chris (2004) and Sheryl (2005). His father had two wives but of them died so Happy has also other three step brothers: Michael (1998), Maxwel (2002) and Benard (2003). His father Wilson Otieno is a fish monger, while the mother Jenipher Adhiambo is a farmer. Their average monthly income is 6,000 KES. They are nine dependants living in a own three-room semi-permanent house. They use firewood for cooking and kerosene for. The boy has no health problem. In 2020, Happy will join 3 class of primary school. Adoption of this child costs 7,200 CZK/300 EUR per year.

Jeremy Liam Munga

Boy
9 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52685
Jeremy lives only with his mother. His mother has only some casual jobs e.g. clothes washing. She has only around 2.500 KES/ 25 EUR per month. They live in a one semi –permanent (iron sheet, timber) room that is rented. They use stove for cooking, electricity for lighting and they get water from a tap. In 2020 Jeremy is already in class 3 at Primary School. Jeremy is heathy and he is doing well. Jeremy enjoys playing football and cycling. He goes to church every Sunday. Once he completes his studies he would like to be an engineer. The most popular subjects are mathematics, science, English and Swahili, he also loves to draw. It is hard to meet basic family needs and pay school fees, because of the small incomes. The boy lost his sponsor recently, that is why we decided to put him back into our program that he does not have to leave the school. He needs support of 2.400 CZK/100 EUR per term.

Joyce Atieno

Girl
9 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52188
Joyce's mother is very young and still going to school. Therefore, her old grandmother takes care of girl and also girl’s mother. Grandmother is a widow and money for living and paying school makes only by selling vegetables. In addition she takes care of another child. The finance for Joyce’s school fees are missing. Joyce has been sponsored already twice but in both cases sponsor had difficulties paying and we had to stop the adoption. In 2020 Joyce is 9 years old and she is attending fourth class. Her sponsorship costs 7.200 CZK/ 300 EUR a year.

Triza Fanise Wambua

Girl
9 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52452
Triza was born on 3/9/2011, she has two siblings and she lives with her family in Nairobi. Her mother Elizabeth Auma Ongamo works as a tailor and her father Josphat Wambua is a driver. Their average income is 12.000 KES (approximately 103 EUR). Six dependants live in a rented semi-permanent house, they use stone for cooking, electricity for lighting and they buy water from a vendor. Their little income is not enough for feeding and proving all needs for all dependents. They have no chance to pay her school fees. In 2020 Triza attends third class of primary school, but her sponsor had to stop the adoption due to financial issues. In order to continue studying, Triza needs a support of 2.400 CZK/ 100 EUR for a term.

Vanvicker Kidake

Boy
9 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52697
Vanvicker is from the family of four children. He has siblings John (2003), Miron (2005) and Destiny (2018). His mother is a housewife and father works on small farm. Their income is only around 6.000 KES/ 60 EUR per month. The family lives in semi - permanent single room which is rented. They use firewood for cooking, kerosene lamp for lighting and they get water from a river. Vanvicker is healthy and he is doing well. In 2018 he is already in class 2 at Primary School. He is in need since income of his family is low to cater school materials and even the food in the school. That is why we decided to put him into our programme that he could get the opportunity to go regularly to the school. He needs support of 2.400 CZK/100 EUR per term.

Ryan Warambo Otieno

Boy
10 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52319
Ryan was born in 2010. The father selles second hand electronics but he has no permanent income, so he is no able to cover daily needs of family. The mother is hairdresser , but neither she has regular insome, because she depends on the number of clients. The family lives with father's nephew who is total orphan. The average family net income per month is 10 000 KES (approximately 96 EUR). The family lives in rental 3 roomed house, uses kerosene for cooking, electricity for lighting and get water from a tap. Ryan is health boy. Ryan needs support of 2,400 CZK/100 EUR per term.

Jeffron Roiba Ontiri

Boy
11 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52224
Jeffron Rioba Ontiri was born on 01/09/2009 in Athi River, Nairobi City and he is in Nursery school at Wisdom Junior Academy (in 2014). His father Bernard Ontiri is a farmer. Boy has two sibblings, Hariet Ontiri was born in 2001 and goes to school at Wisdom Academy (in 2014), Ezekiel Ontiri was born in 1999 and dropped in secondary lebel due to schoool fees problem. Their average monthly income is 4800 KES (1125 CZK). They stay in semi-permanent house of one room, which is on rental and it have 4 dependants. They use charcoal for cooking, paraffin for lighting, water from the tap which they buy. Jeffron is in good health. He is in class 4 at primary school in 2019. He would need support of 2,400 Czk/100 Eur per term.

Wesley Onguche

Boy
11 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52693
Wesley is from the family of three children. He has brothers Frederick (2007) and Brandon (2010). Father is a hawker, he walks from the morning to evening and sometimes he comes home with no money. Mother is housewife. Family income is only around 4.000 KES/ 40 EUR per month. Family lives in permanent single room which is rented. They use stove cooking, electricity for lighting and they get water from a tap. In 2018 he is already in form 3 at Primary School. Due to the little income, it is hard to meet all basic family needs and paying school fees is a big problem. That is why we decided to put him into our programme that he could get the opportunity to go regularly to the school. Wesley needs support of 2.400 CZK/100 EUR per term.

Brian Rooney Oluoch

Boy
12 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52193
Brian is the youngest of five children. Father works as a fisherman is the sole breadwinner of family, the mother takes care of the children. They live in earthen houses with two rooms. Family uses the water from the lake, cooks on the fire and uses kerosene for lighting. Father's salary is not enough to pay school fees for children. In 2020 Brian is in the class 4 in primary school. He needs support of 2,400 CZK/100 EUR per term.

Dona Atieno Odhiambo

Girl
12 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52148
Dona was born in 2008. Her father is the only family breadwinner; he does fishing on other peoples nets for a living. Apart from his children, he also takes care of his mother who is now a widow. They live in a two roomed mud house, 4 dependents, they get their water from the lake, use firewood for cooking and kerosine for lighting. Dona attends 3rd class to Island of Hope Primary in 2018 and is healthy. Adoption of this child is 2400 CZK/100 Eur per term.

Nancy Awino Midiwo

Girl
12 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52887
Nancy comes from a big family, she has in total 6 siblings, some of them are also part of adoption program (Godfrey 9 years old – ID 52889, Emily 15 years old – 52888, Maurine 19 years old – 50918, Eunice 23 years old – 51611). The father who was the only family breadwinner died leaving the mother who is a house wife to feed, pay school fees and also provides other basic needs to the family. Net family income is about 2000 ksh/ a month (20 euro). The family lives in a two roomed mud house, where the kids sleep in one room on the floor and the mother with the younger one sleeps in another room. They use firewood for cooking and kerosene for lighting. Nancy loves reading, playing football and skipping, in school she likes Mathematics, Kiswahili and once she grows up she would like to be a pilot. She is healthy, but she is asthmatic. In 2020 she is in the fourth grade. Adoption of Nancy costs 7.200 CZK/ 300 EUR per year.

Nokris Odhiambo Wakiaga

Boy
12 years old
Not adopted
Child number: 52267
Nokris is the last born in the family of three children; he is in class two in Kaswanga Primary School (in 2014). Their first born (Merolyne Wakiaga) was born in 2006 and she is in class 3, the second born (Bromic Otieno) was born in 2007 and now in class 2. They both go to Kaswanga Primary School, both of the parents died leaving Nokris and the siblings with their old grandparents to take care of them, the grandfather does peasant farming while the grandmother is a house wife. The income the family gets is very low (2500 KES per month) to pay school fees for the children and also to buy food for them, apart from Nokris and the siblings, the grandparents also takes care of other three children who are also semi orphans. The family lives in a three roomed mud house, they use kerosene for lighting, firewood for cooking and they also get water from the lake. Norkis is health. Due to the family situation the child was chosen for placement in the orphanage Island of Hope, she/he needs a higher amount that include the cost of accommodation, food and governess in an orphanage. Adoption of this child costs 16,800 CZK/660 EUR per year (the amount covers school fees, accommodation, food and governess in an orphanage as well).

Wilfred Ongera Bosire

Boy
12 years old
Search urgently for parents
Child number: 52875
Wilfred is from the family of four children. His sister Regina (ID 52873) and brother Eugine (ID 52874) are also in our database. Both the parents died leaving the children with their grandparents who are peasant farmers. Apart from Wilfred and the siblings, the grandparents also take care of other cousins, aunts and one very old lady who is sickling. They have only around 1,000 KSH/10 EUR per month. The family lives in a three room mud house which belongs to the family. They use firewood for cooking, electricity for lighting and they get water from the river. Wilfred likes football and athletics. In school he likes Kiswahili and mathematics. He would like to be a teacher after the end of his studies. He is healthy at the present. In 2020 he will attend class 5, Primary School. He will join the orphanage in our community center Island of Hope since January 2020. Adoption of this child costs 16,800 CZK/ 660 EUR per year (the amount covers school fees, accommodation, food and governess in an orphanage as well).

Evance Omondi Okoth

Boy
14 years old
Search urgently for parents
Child number: 52854
Evance is the first born in the family of two children (sibling Sarah, 2009), the parents separated and the mother left them with the father who later on became sick and died. The where about of the mother is not known up to the moment and now the children live with their grandmother who only sells charcoal to feed and also pay school fees to the children. Apart from Evance and the sister, they also live with their uncle who is still depends on their grandmother for his daily bread. Family´s average is 1,520 KES per month – about 15 EUR. The 4 members of the family live in a their own three roomed mud house, get their water from the river and use little solar panel or kerosene lamp for lighting and firewood for cooking. Evance is doing well health wise at present. In 2020, he will be in 5th class in primary school. The boy likes Mathematics,English, Science and Kiswahili. He would like to be a teacher at the end of his studies. Evance also likes reading and athletics. He will join the orphanage in our community centre Island of Hope since January 2020. Adoption of this child costs 16.800 CZK/ 660 EUR per year (the amount covers school fees, accommodation, food and governess in an orphanage as well).
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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.