Babies Without Borders

Hundreds of thousands of children languish in orphanages. Adopting them should be made easier. Of the 2 billion children in the world, about 15 million are parentless. Millions more have been abandoned. Most of these unlucky kids are cared for by other relatives. Others live temporarily with foster parents. But hundreds of thousands languish in state institutions of varying degrees of grimness. The youngest and healthiest will probably find local adoptive parents. For older or disabled children, however, willing adopters from abroad are often the best and only option. Yet the total number of overseas adoptions is dwindling. See full article here.

2017-06-12T17:00:37+00:00