NPR recently ran a good, albeit short, segment on their Morning Edition feature regarding the declining numbers in international adoption. It’s well worth the 7 minutes to listen.
From NPR’s page where you can find the segment:
Between the 1950s and mid-2000s international adoptions in the U.S. climbed. But after 2004, there was a sudden drop off. We explore the history of American families adopting children from abroad.
The landscape of international adoption continues to change. If you are interested in pursuing an international adoption, check out Creating a Family’s Adoption Comparison Charts. We make every effort to keep our country charts updated** with the latest data as it comes available. Each country listed has a summary of the 25 Factors to Consider, along with Creating a Family sponsor agencies who work with that country.
**disclaimer: This information is subject to change; therefore, check with an agency that places from this country for the most current information.**
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