Following a suspension of intercountry adoption in April 2017, Ethiopia passed formal legislation banning intercountry adoption in January 2018.
Read the latest about the Ethiopia adoption suspension and Rwanda’s intercountry adoption program reopening.
Read the latest about the Ethiopia adoption suspension and a recent reversal in international adoption statistics.
Learn the latest on the Ethiopia suspension of intercountry adoptions.
In late April 2017, Ethiopia announced an immediate suspension of international adoptions.
Author Claude Knobler shares valuable lessons he learned after adopting his son from Ethiopia.
Everything You Ever Wanted is a touching reflection on infertility, adoption, and the duality of feeling "wanted" and "unwanted" as an adopted child.
In this excerpt from her candid, hilarious, inspiring adoption memoir, Jillian Lauren explains how she and her husband addressed their son's trauma and special needs and turned things around for him at home and at school. Accompanying the excerpt is a Q&A with the author.
Answers to your parenting questions.
When you’re waiting to adopt, you count each day that passes. But how should I count my daughter-to-be, who is already a part of me?
Read up on basic facts on the most popular sending countries for adopted children in this overview of international adoption, plus find adoption agency listings by country.
How a cooking-impaired mom managed a happy Thanksgiving.
How much does Ethiopia adoption cost? Read on for average expenses, broken down by category.
Sometimes adopted children need to go back to their birthplaces to learn more about themselves.
When my husband and I dreamed of raising bilingual children, we had no idea that one of their languages would be rock and roll.
The full text of the moving eulogies given by Melissa Fay Greene and Lee Samuel for her 20-year-old son, Fisseha “Sol” Samuel.
Wondering how to adopt from Ethiopia? Find statistics, prospective parent requirements, personal stories, and more resources.
My daughters have caramel brown skin, dark brown eyes, and tightly curled black hair. They are African by birth, American by citizenship, but have always self-identified as Habesha (the Amharic word for Ethiopian).
She was a motherless five-year-old living in an Ethiopian orphanage. The package in her hands promised a brighter future.
Melissa Fay Greene flawlessly captures the journey of building a family through adoption in this heartwarming memoir.