About Malawi Adoption
Malawi is a Southeastern African country described as the “Warm Heart of Africa.” Malawi is home to a multitude of wildlife, cultures, adventures, and with the third largest lake in Africa, an array of some of the rarest and most beautiful fish in the world. There is much culture in Malawi with the various tribes including Yao, Nyanja, Maravi and Chewa being the most numerous. Malawi is among the world’s least-developed countries. The economy is heavily based in agriculture, and deals with the most substantial environmental issues of deforestation; soil degradation; and water pollution. The Malawian government depends heavily on external assistance in order to meet development needs. The Malawian government faces challenges in building and expanding the economy, improving education, healthcare, environmental protection, and becoming financially independent in the midst of low employment rates.
Children of All Nations is proud to be one of the few U.S. agencies facilitating adoption from Malawi to help improve the lives of these special children.
If you would like more information about our Malawi adoption program, our specialized Malawi adoption consultants are standing by to help! Call us today at (512)323-9595 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Half of the country’s population is children and youth who have been abandoned due to broken families, poverty levels, parent’s lack of resources in healthcare, and societal issues, all which force the number of children living on the streets to continuously increase.
When adopting from Malawi, consider you will be adopting the following:
In addition to the USCIS eligibility requirements for prospective adoptive parent(s), Malawi has the following requirements. If you feel you are not eligible to adopt from Malawi, or you are unsure, we may be able to work with you. Please contact us for a free case-by-case consultation.
The time frame to complete international adoption from Malawi is estimated to be about 12-18 months after dossier is registered. The total adoption process time can vary depending on the time families take to complete their dossier paperwork, their preferences for age and gender, and country processes. This timeframe is subject to change; please consult CAN for the most current processing times for your adoption from Malawi.
1. Application and Approval
2. The Paper Chase
To ensure that prospective adoptive parents are prepared for their international adoption journey, our agency requires that parents complete 10 hours of adoption training as mandated by the Hague Convention. To satisfy these hours, we have developed an online parent training program that we are proud to include in CAN’s service plan. For an overview of the training program, please click here. Please contact us for more information regarding adoption from Malawi.
3. Identifying a Child(ren)
4. Picking up Your Child(ren)
Once you receive a court date you will travel to Malawi and meet your child face-to-face. Here you will continue the finalization of the adoption in country. This trip typically lasts about 6 weeks.
5. Post Adoption Requirements