Country: Hungary

Age Range of Children: 3 and older
Age Requirement: 25 and up
Marriage Requirements: 1 year
Single Women: Yes
Expats: Case by case basis
Level of Special Need: Minor to Correctable

Serving Hungary Through Lifeline

International Adoption

About Hungary

Our on the ground team has more than 20 years of experience with adoption in Hungary, serving children and families alongside the Ministry of Human Capacities. Hungary has a strong foster care system, so the majority of children are adopted out of foster homes. 

The Need

Hungary is a great program fit for families who feel called to pursue children under the age of 5 with minor medical and developmental special needs. Later this year, Lifeline will be celebrating the 100th child coming home from Hungary!

How You Can Help

Lifeline has facilitated adoptions from Hungary since 2010. We advocate for all children within the country, from all ethnicities and with a variety of special needs.

What’s Happening in Hungary

Pray for Hungary

One of the ways you can get involved in Hungary is to begin praying for the needs that are present there. Check back occasionally to see an updated list of prayer requests for this country. Prayer Points Pray for the Lord to…

Hungary Financial Information

Lifeline Agency Fees: Application – $300 This non-refundable fee is due at submission of your application.  Once the application is accepted, then it will be processed by Lifeline to ensure you meet agency and country requirements.  Acceptance of the application constitutes the…

National Adoption Month — A Biological Sibling’s Perspective on Adoption

By Jenny Riddle On the November 11, 2020 episode of The Defender Podcast, Herbie Newell talked with Boyd Christenberry, son of Kim and Bill Christenberry. Boyd gave his perspective on adoption as a biological child whose family was completed through adoption. Completion,…

Homeschooling Children from Foster Care or Adoption

On the October 23rd edition of The Defender Podcast, Herbie Newell invited Sheryl Turner and Allison Sinclair to discuss how homeschooling has impacted their families, specifically regarding children who have come into their families through adoption. Sheryl is a mother to five…

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