The Families for Orphans Act

The Families for Orphans Act is currently before key committees in the U.S. House and Senate.  This bill would create a special office in the U.S. State Department charged with making sure that U.S. foreign aid policies and funds consistently emphasize the goal of ensuring children grow up in families.  The office would promote initiatives that keep existing families together, that reunite children in orphanages with living family members, that support in-country adoption, and that enable inter-country adoption when appropriate.  Learn more from our friends at Kidsave.