Welcome to the International Adoption Guide
An excellent service that connects you with your child. We simplify the inter-country adoption procedure, guide you in the process, support you and give you the confidence to successfully create your family through the love of international adoption.
We believe every child has the right to a family and international adoption is the best choice for some of the 214 million children living without parental care in the world today.
We are here to help and to guide you in your parenting dreams and provide the support, encouragement and empowerment for you to successfully copnnect with your child and become a mum and dad. Through our website, private consultations and our Personal Adoption Plan - we make the road easy for you, so that you can confidently navigate the system and bring your child home in the most effective, efficent and econonical way.
Please call 08444 157 827 today to see how I can help you begin to bring your child home. We only work with a handful of couples a month, so we can provide you with best personal service.
This is Elena, she was abandoned at birth. She lives in an orphanage in Bulgaria
We are in the process of developing GiFT Adoption Agency (Growing International Families Together) because I don't want to see any children growing up in an orphange and with GiFT we will have the power to match you with a child like Elana so she can have a chance to lead a normal life.
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Statement on international adoptions from NepalWe are all troubled by images of children affected by the devastating Earthquake in Nepal. It is estimated that nearly 2.8 million Nepalese children have been affected in some way by the earthquake. Of these there are a very large number who have been separated from their families and thousands more who have no parents, or family, to take care of them. It is very natural to consider adoption of these children who have been affected by this disaster. Unfortunately international adoption from Nepal is not possible at this time.
- First of all the UK Government placed a suspension on adoptions from Nepal by British Citizens in an Order that came into force on 3 May 2010. This was in response to the 2009 Hague Bureau report that called for Nepal to make reforms to its process. Nepal made these changes but UK still has this Order in force and has not reviewed it.
- In a situation of crises it cannot be assumed that unaccompanied children have no living parents or extended families that can take care of them. Most agencies will prioritize efforts to reunite children with their families in Nepal.
- The UN Guidelines on the Alternative Care of Children states that until all efforts have been exhausted to trace families, no action should be taken to hinder family reintegration. Adoption, in this case, could be considered a hindrance.