Remote Adoption

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Supporting a specific child through this project guarantees them access to food, education, and medical care. We aim to provide a better start in life for children and families facing difficult material circumstances. This act of solidarity ensures financial assistance to African children, enabling their personal and spiritual development. Thanks to this support, children from less privileged families will have the opportunity to grow in a safe environment.

Education is a central focus today, as all countries are aware that ensuring conditions for sustainable development relies heavily on knowledge. Access to education remains a true hope for a better future. Yet, millions of children in Africa are entirely deprived of this opportunity. Therefore, it’s crucial to remove barriers preventing access to school or vocational education for youth in difficult situations, including orphans, street children, disabled children, those affected by HIV/AIDS, and children from large families. Ensuring children’s right to education is our priority.

The duration of adoption is indefinite, lasting until the child completes school. Children begin their education at different ages, so there is no specified age for completing their education.

Named adoption
The monthly cost of adoption is 180 PLN and covers children from preschool, primary school, secondary school, vocational school, and technical school. This fee supports a specific child, providing them with food, official registration (birth certificate preparation, as many children are born outside of hospitals and lack identity documents), medical care, medical insurance, school fees, uniforms, school supplies, and textbooks required by every school. Adopters receive the child’s history, photo, and at least annual updates on the child’s current situation.

Life on the Ivory Coast and Tanzania is very expensive, leading to high school fees. For comparison:
1 kg of rice costs about 4 PLN
1 bun – 3.50 PLN
1 can of milk for a child – 25 PLN
1 pack of diapers – 38 PLN
1 toothpaste – 9 PLN

Surprisingly, education in Tanzania is also costly. The quality of state schools is so low that after assessing them, the Sisters decided that only private schools would be effective. This is a common situation in African countries.

The average monthly income of a full-time employed person (Ivory Coast) is 320 PLN!

We understand that the total cost of adoption is high, so there are three ways to support a child:

60 PLN per month – the child has 3 adoptive parents
90 PLN per month – the child has 2 adoptive parents
180 PLN per month – the child has only one adoptive parent
Unnamed adoption
Unnamed adoption supports the most needy child at any given time. The Sisters decide which child needs support. This project does not assign a specific child. Money from unnamed adoption is used for medications, food, medical consultations, etc. The monthly cost of unnamed adoption is flexible.


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ul. Kraszewskiego 21 Otwock, Polska

  • WKS: 15 1750 0012 0000 0000 3780 8008
  • Główne: 60 1750 0012 0000 0000 3780 7877
  • Tanzania: 27 1750 0012 0000 0000 3780 8083
  • Kenia: 31 1600 1462 1080 0089 3000 0002
  • Indonezja: 11 1750 0012 0000 0000 4117 5532

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