The Adoption Museum

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June 30 From AtlasObscura.com In the early days of April 1975, just weeks before the Fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War, a campaign was launched to evacuate thousands of children from Vietnam and place them with families in the United States and its allies. War had devastated the country, tearing families … Continue Reading

Country Information

Intercountry adoptions are governed by both the laws of the child’s home country and the laws of the United States. Learn about the requirements for international adoption by selecting a country below: Bulgaria China Columbia Dominican Republic Ethiopia Honduras India Philippines Poland Russia South Korea Ukraine Note: We are in the process of finalizing country … Continue Reading

Healing My Adoptive Mother

One of the toughest subjects I ever write about is the journey of my adoptive mother, who was adopted herself from an orphanage in Ecuador and survived rape, abuse, neglect and more by her adoptive family. After everything she has been through, what could possibly bring her to adopt after what she experienced? Her family … Continue Reading