The couple has taken government to court for removing the three-year-old boy who suffers from epilepsy, from their care, despite two court orders granting them guardianship, and another that allowed them to travel with him to the U.S. for treatment. The child was discovered in a plastic bag in Kiambu outside the Kirima Tent of Prayer in Ruii in 2016.
Kidnapped or Rescued? Legal Battle Over Boy's Custody Intensifies
Nairobi News, 6 May 2019
A three-year-old boy taken away by the government from an American couple that had adopted him has exposed a glaring gap on inter-country adoption laws in Kenya. Read more »
Matt Mazzoncini with baby Kiano.
Government Finally Acts to Protect Kenyan Children
Nairobi News, 1 May 2019
For the longest time in Kenya, the media has been awash with stories of abuse of children, whether at home, school and increasingly in charitable institutes, commonly known as… Read more »
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