• Burundi Adoption NOW OPEN

    Learn More about Burundi Adoption from Africa

    There are over 500,000 orphans in Burundi, and at least 4,500 of them are in orphanages around the country. These orphanages hold anywhere from 20 to 100 children, and are all over the country in rural areas, although many are centralized in Bujumbura. The children’s diet is primarily rice and beans, thus malnutrition can be a major issue. While some orphanages may have nicer facilities than others, children almost always share beds, clothes, shoes and other basic necessities.

  • Burundi Adoption NOW OPEN! - Learn More >>

    Burundi Adoption NOW OPEN

    Learn More about Burundi Adoption from Africa

    There are over 500,000 orphans in Burundi, and at least 4,500 of them are in orphanages around the country. These orphanages hold anywhere from 20 to 100 children, and are all over the country in rural areas, although many are centralized in Bujumbura. The children’s diet is primarily rice and beans, thus malnutrition can be a major issue. While some orphanages may have nicer facilities than others, children almost always share beds, clothes, shoes and other basic necessities.

  • View our International Adoption Photolisting of Waiting Children

    International Adoption Photolisting of Waiting Children

    View the International Adoption Photolisting of Waiting Children with Children of All Nations.

    We are pleased to advocate for our Waiting Children who are in need of Forever Families. Our profile list is an opportunity for each of these children to be seen and their story to be shared. Listed below are general profiles of children who are a part of Children of All Nations' Waiting Child list. You may be interested in one particular child seen here, or be prompted to learn more about Waiting Children in that particular country, as you see characteristics of adoptable children represented. The profiles below are a summary of the child's background, personality and noted conditions. The information will vary per country based on their policy and procedures. Many of our countries do not release extended files until the adoptive family has signed with a placement agency and are in the dossier phase of their adoption process. However, the extended file that you would receive later is very informative and includes a photo, medical report and often a social history. The current countries that require a dossier prior to formal matching with a child include - Haiti, Latvia, and Peru. Please note, a child labeled as Pending is currently being reviewed by a potential family.

  • Embryo Adoptions - Highly Effective Treatments for Achieving Pregnancy
    Embryo adoption is a wonderful option for women who wish to physically give birth to their adoptive child. Embryos are created when couples pursue pregnancy through In-vitro Fertilization (IVF), and they are often faced with the decision of what to do if they have extra embryos after their IVF cycles.
  • 4 African adoption programs available
    Recently, we received 5 referrals from the Democratic Republic of Congo  for healthy babies.  An 8 month old, a 9 month old, a 12 month old and a 2 week old!  All within only four months after the families turned in their dossier!

    Waiting child adoption in Africa

    Children of All Nations offers 4 adoption programs from Africa.

    Our Africa programs are very attractive to adoptive families thanks to the availability of infants and the quick processing times. Families can complete an adoption from Africa in close to a year. Our families look to Africa to adopt because of the great need. Extreme poverty, widespread disease, genocide, and other social issues have left millions of orphaned children who desperately need our help.

  • Adoption from Honduras now open!

    Adopt a child from Honduras

    Children of All Nations is now offering Latian American adoption in Honduras for children older than one year.

    Children available for adoption from Honduras range from babies to older children. Honduran children are usually of Hispanic descent. Most children will have brown eyes, light or dark brown skin, and black or brown hair. The children in Honduras come from a culture that prides itself on hospitality and kindness to others. Children are available for adoption due to poverty, abandonment, or death of one or both parents, in most cases. When selecting a child, consider that you may adopt the following:
    -Boys and girls 18 months and older
    -Children with special needs and older children
    -Two or more siblings at one time

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by on March 31, 2014

2014 FAMILY REUNION

We are looking forward to your family joining us this summer for the Great Wall China Adoption and Children of All Nations 2014 Family Reunion. Our theme is “T.E.A.M.” – Tell Everyone Adoption Matters, so help us spread the word! … Continue reading
by on March 14, 2014

5 Reasons To Adopt From Honduras

Why Adopt From Honduras? 1. Children are available from 18 months to 9 years old. 2. They allow parents as young as 25 years old to adopt. 3. Your family will be visiting beautiful Honduras twice while finalizing your family’s … Continue reading
 
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by on February 26, 2014

CONNECT Program

Thousands of happy families are united each year through the wonderful work of adoption. However, in some cases, despite a family’s best intentions and their desire to parent their adoptive child, the transition proves too difficult and the placement does … Continue reading
by on February 19, 2014

Chances 4 Children – Adopting from Haiti

Because of the tumultuous history in Haiti, adoptions can be difficult but extremely necessary. Children of All Nations works diligently to facilitate adoptions with Haiti and are thrilled to be working with Chances 4 Children to make this happen. In … Continue reading