The following children are all waiting for a child's most precious right - a permanent family of his or her own. Could yours be that family?
Each country has different requirements for adoptive families. Please check the program page for the country of any child in which you are interested to see if you might qualify to adopt him or her. Our agency works with prospective adoptive parents to ensure that each match is the best possible choice for the child and family alike.
The Central Authority of China has honored ABI by entrusting us with the responsibility of seeking families for waiting children with special needs.
Please visit our China adoption program page to review China adoption program qualifications and fees. Visit our China program blog now to meet the children!
Please contact program director Julia Holtegrewe by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 618-698-6727 for specific information.
Please visit our Haiti adoption program page to review Haiti adoption program qualifications and fees.
Families must be aware that only IBESR can make a final decision regarding any child's adoptive family.
Contact program director Diana Boni by email: email@example.com or call her at 605-301-4690 for more information.
Born October, 2012. Baby Sylvie was abandoned in a Port-au-Prince hospital when she was
approximately one month old. She was placed in care in November of 2012.
Sylvie has no hands. She has learned to do many tasks with her wrists, such as playing with toys, drinking from a cup, etc.
We also believe that she is 'tongue tied', which has interfered slightly with her pronounciation and results in occasional drooling.
Caretakers report that she is an intelligent little girl with a good vocabulary and healthy attachment to her favorite people.
Kati and Katia
Born November, 2007. Twin sisters Kati and Katia have been waiting far, far too long for an adoptive family.
The girls have no known medical needs. They present as intelligent children who are highly aware of their situation.
They actively wish to be adopted at last.
The girls are quite strong-willed and can be stubborn at times, particularly with adults they do not respect. They do have
good social skills, but they can be bossy and sometimes unkind to other girls their age and younger. They can also be empathetic, helpful, insightful.
Kati and Katia would thrive in an experienced family with firm, consistent boundaries.
Older siblings to help give them the nurturing and attention they wish for would be ideal. The girls have an excellent opportunity for successful, happy lives.
ABI is proud to partner with International Social Services of Hong Kong. Please visit our Hong Kong adoption program page to review Hong Kong adoption program qualifications and fees. The Hong Kong program has very low international fees. At present ABI has been asked to find families for six boys and five girls, ages three through fifteen, with various special and/or medical needs.
Please contact program director Emily Mathews by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 417-485-4488 for specific information.
Taiwanese children are waiting for families! Visit our Taiwan adoptions page to review program criteria, timeline, and fees. Access to waiting Taiwanese children's information and photos is protected. Please email us at email@example.com to access the photolisting for Taiwan,
or contact program director Emily Mathews by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 417-485-4488 for specific information.
ABI is one of the few US agencies permitted to place Burkinabe children for adoption. Please visit our Burkina Faso adoption program page to review Burkina Faso adoption program qualifications and fees.
The Burkinabe government resticts public access to child photolistings, but we do have photos and information about waiting children ready to email to you today!
Please contact program director Kim Gray by email: email@example.com or call her at 417-485-4488 for a list of waiting children.
Please visit our Latvia adoption program page to review Latvia adoption program qualifications and fees.
Please contact program director Kim Gray by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 417-485-4488 for an up to date list of waiting children.