I was wondering if anyone else saw this article on CNN today.
I know we have several individuals (myself included) that have discussed interest in African countries (Uganda, Ethiopia, etc) for current/future International Adoptions.
This article did frustrate me. I do agree that these countries should be encouraged to have a centralized agency over seeing adoptions and of course sign the Hague Convention. However, in so many of these countries individuals can barely support themselves in terms of finding shelter, clothing, food, etc. I don't agree that just because a potential family is not from that country they should be discouraged or forbidden from adopting a child.Any thoughts?