Lifeline has had an adoption program in Romania since 2013 and works very closely with the National Authority for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Children, and Adoptions, which is the central authority of adoption in the country of Romania. Lifeline has a positive relationship with the National Authority. The most important qualification to adopt from Romania is that at least one parent must be a Romanian citizen, proven by passport.
More than 47,000 children are considered abandoned, 29% of which reside in residential care institutions. Care for children leaving instructional care is highly insufficient. The fate of Romania’s abandoned children is an unresolved issue.
If you or your spouse have Romanian citizenship, consider applying to adopt. Non-Romanian-citizens can learn more about Lifeline's work and how you can get involved in Romania by clicking the Global Care Initiative below
One of the ways you can get involved in Romania is to begin praying for the needs that are present there. Check back occasionally to see an updated list of
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