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Bonding, attunement and attachment in adoption.

“Attunement is the perfect sync where my child will cry and I will know exactly why” Sarah Mirembe, child psychologist, Right to Improved Child Health (RICH Consult) At our recent adoptive and prospective adoptive parents get together, we had an open forum where parents could share their worries and their joys about adoption. Sarah joined us […]

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Fiona’s Rescue

On Friday  the 5th  of July  we told you that we had a new arrival at Malaika Babies’ Home, a beautiful little girl called Fiona. We received a call from the police station asking us for help and Maria, one of our social workers, went straight away. On that same Friday evening, NTV Uganda broke […]

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Ugandans Adopt on NTV

Promoting National Adoption on NTV As part of our media Campaign in 2012 we ran a comprehensive multi-media campaign in Uganda to promote national adoption and encourage Ugandan families to come forward to adopt children. Part of the Media Campaign involved a documentary and TV Talk Show that was aired on NTV. We bring you […]

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Katie’s Journey

Namara and Katie

  Katie is a very special child, her will to stay alive despite being abandoned just a few hours after birth is inspiring. However what is more inspiring is the instant bond that she developed with her adoptive mother, Namara. Namara opened up not just her heart but also her home to this special child […]

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Adopting Mary

Adopting a child is a rewarding experience for all involved. Take a look at the adoption process through the eyes of an adoptive parent.

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National Adoption and Alternative Care Panel

Child’s i Foundation is working with the Ugandan government to set up an alternative care system based around the needs of the individual child. This includes the setting up of a comprehensive procedure for adopting children within Uganda.

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Promoting National Adoption

Child’s i Foundation ran a comprehensive multi-media campaign in Uganda to promote national adoption and encourage Ugandan families to come forward to adopt children.

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WBS News focus on adoption

We were proud to see one of our adoptive families featured on WBS News’ coverage of World Humanitarian Day recently

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What Can Be Done?

We visited a number of babies’ homes in Kampala, meeting staff and children in an attempt to understand more about the problem of baby abandonment in Uganda.

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What Does Adoption Mean To You?

We went out on to the streets of Kampala to find out what people really think about adoption.

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