Lifeline has had an adoption program in Macedonia since January of 2015. North Macedonia allows families the opportunity to pursue children available for adoption between ages of 1 year and 18 years. We anticipate children who are older with minor to moderate and significant special needs to be made available for adoption. Matches are made through a computer generated system. The Macedonian Adoption Authority is the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.
There are numerous children in the orphan system divided between several different homes where the care they receive is very minimal.
Lifeline has not seen a family complete an adoption from North Macedonia yet. We are interested in working with families open to serving as a pilot family in this program as recent changes to the program provide promising opportunity for foreign families to adopt from this program.
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