Adoption Africa: A growing number
of visitors to our site are showing interest in adoption for countries
With AIDS ravaging large areas of Africa the
traditional cultural ‘safety net’ for orphans, their
extended families, has been severely limited. The deaths due to
the AIDS epidemic have ravaged families across the continent.
People who are interested in adoption as a way
to start or grow a family are continually looking for adoption
options. Adoption is obviously not a way to save, what some have
termed, a “lost generation”, but it is a way to create
a loving bond between parents and children from any part of the
world that supports international adoption.
In the West, adoption from Africa is far less
prevalent than countries such as Russia, China and Guatemala.
Africa adoption is developed when compared to some other countries,
but it is still an option with the right amount of research and
the willingness to dedicate to adopting.
Africa adoption is often in the news as a growing
option for prospective parents. There are many programs for African
Ethiopian adoption is a growing Africa adoption
opportunity. The number of adoptions in 2006 grew to 732 children.
This was a large increase over the 441 ethiopian adoptions in
2005. The number of adoptions has grown 6 fold since 2002.