Newest photo with the orange shirt and description is from December 12, 2017. She cannot be adopted by Americans or Canadians at this particular time. Please share her info with adoption advocates in Europe.
She is affectionate, sociable, attentive, loves music and physical education classes, video of the child is posted on the site changeonelife.ru
Her biological mother has passed away and her biological father is unknown. She has one or more siblings and they may be adopted together or separately.
The photo with the blue bows and description below is from May 2016. Earlier photograph from January 2016. This little girl is described as being affectionate, sociable and attentive. She is fond of music and fitness classes. Additional photos available.
‘Jade’ (previously ‘Lola’) was born August 2009. She has a confirmed HIV positive diagnosis and she is registered for international adoption. The director of her baby house says that she is a normally developing child and that she is much prettier than in this photo. Her character is described as being ‘whimsical’.
1st trip, Both parents for 5-7 days
Wait 2-3 months for court
2nd trip, both parents for 5 days for court, both go home
3rd and 4th trip are short, only one parent has to travel
This little girl was born in January 2006. She is tall and thin and she is described as being a shy and calm girl. She does not have any siblings. Additional photos are available.
Single women or married couples can adopt this beautiful girl. The mother should not be more than 45 years older than the child. She is in one of the more challenging regions to adopt from but she is worth it!
This little girl was born June 2011 to an HIV+ birthmother. The children in her region are monitored for 18 months before a diagnosis is given to the child, so we are unsure at this time if Paloma is positive or not. If she is not, she will most likely be adopted by a citizen of her country or by a foreign family who has been on the waiting list for a healthy child referral. If she ends up being + she will go on RR. She does not have any siblings. She was born early, but has not had any problems associated with premature birth. Her nannies say that she is a calm girl. Baby photo also available. Multiple unrelated children can be adopted simultaneously from her region and there are some adorable little boys waiting. Married couples and Single Mothers can adopt. No more than 6 children in the home. Applicants should be no more than 45 years older than the child. Three trips are required. Total program fees about $35K.
‘Drew’ was born June 2008 and ‘Lila’ was born April 2007. They are biological siblings in need of an adoptive family.
These two cuties are very interesting, lively, charming, smiling. They are very attached to each other. The brother is described as having a ‘relaxed’ nature. The sister is described as having a ‘calm’ nature. It is unclear at this time if one or both of the children is living with HIV. Additional photos are available.
RainbowKids newsletter dated February 7, 2012 is reporting about 10 children with HIV in need of adoptive parents. All of the children are listed with the very reputable agency CHSFS. Contact email@example.com about these little ones:
“Hope” was born in November 2005. She has dark eyes and she is an amazing little girl. She gets along well with other children. She is very smart. When an adult explains something to her, she listens carefully and makes her findings. When she is interested in something, she asks questions. She is inquisitive, curious and communicative. She is also described as being charming and affectionate. This child really needs a loving family. It is believed that whatever developmental delays she may have from institutional life can be overcome. She is a cheerful girl and she likes helping take care of the younger children. She is a truly beautiful girl. She was transferred to the older child orphanage toward the end of 2008. She is so gentle and waits patiently for someone to show her attention or affection. She has a confirmed HIV-positive diagnosis. The chances of a child this age with HIV being adopted by a local family in this particular region are almost zero. The most recent photos were taken in summer 2009.
There are occasionally children in China with HIV who are in need of international adoptive families. The placing agencies who have advocated for orphans with HIV in China include Adoption Advocates International, Lifeline, Wasatch and Great Wall. Exceptions can sometimes be made to China’s eligibility requirements when adopting a child with HIV.