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“They [Amani Ya Zion] said we were blessed to have this chance,” adds Sylvia, who works for a telecoms company, and lives in Kampala with her husband, Alex, and their toddler, Lenz.

The Guardian has learned that Amani Ya Zion was registered as a retail business, run by Canadian Ross Duncalfe and his Ugandan wife, Angella Duncalfe (nee Nakalema).

On Facebook Amani Ya Zion is described as a community organisation and contains photos of children, fundraising events and comments from Duncalfe encouraging friends to visit the children.

That year saw a record 276 adoptions from Uganda to the US – the highest number in records dating back to 1999.

Amani Ya Zion paid for one term of school fees for Success.

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