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Tuesday 4 January 2005

Adopting a Tsunami Orphaned Child

For those who are looking for information on adopting a child from the Tsunami affected areas, UNICEF (United Nations Childrens Org) has put up a FAQ here on questions related to adoption.

They have also started the efforts to identify the unaccompanied children. More info on that here.

You can donate to UNICEF here:

http://www.supportunicef.org/site/pp.asp?c=iuI1LdP0G&b=276341
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Tue Jan 04, 11:04:00 AM IST  
Anonymous Anonymous said :

I can't believe that someone wrote the comment above. I'm sorry those words were ever even thought. Dear Lord have mercy on us and please help all the orphaned children to feel your care. Please show us how to help with all of our American money and resources. David Sprunger

Tue Jan 04, 11:20:00 AM IST  
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Tue Jan 04, 11:31:00 AM IST  
Anonymous Anonymous said :

I think it's horrible to adopt a child from this situation.
They've already experienced the worst transistion possible.
They should be allowed to grow up in their native land with their native customs or at least close to their homes.
The history of displaced stolen indigenous children in this world is staggering, let's not add to the issue.

Tue Jan 04, 05:11:00 PM IST  
Blogger TaiMani said :

who can provide resources in adopting a child from one of the devasting areas. In response to the poster who believes you should leave the children in their own country. You can instill and teach culture to any person whether they be in the native land or not.
Being a mother,I know a child needs a Mother MORE than a culture and or country they come from.

To make a difference in Once Human Beings life.. to provide love and security ... can impact a human life far more than the Land they come from

Wed Jan 05, 10:32:00 PM IST  
Anonymous Anonymous said :

My husband and I see the constant flashing of orphaned children on TV and it breaks our heart, children after all are our future and giving them a secure and stable home should be everyone's first priority.
I can understand that the concerend governments do not want out of country adoptions to take place right now. But if and when they are open to it, I would definitely like to parent atleast one tsunami affected child.

Fri Jan 07, 02:01:00 AM IST