27 June 2012, 20:33
New go-to resource on adoption in Kazakhstan launched
ALMATY. June 27. KAZINFORM The web portal www.usynovite.kz and internet data bank of children who can be adopted was officially launched on Wednesday (June 27) in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
The project was created by the Committee on Children's Rights Protection under the Ministry of Education and Science of Kazakhstan together with 'Dobrovolnoye Obshchestvo Miloserdiye' (DOM) within 'Kazakhstan without Orphans' Campaign.
The new internet resource offers information on adoption, custody and foster care, explanations on all possible forms of children's adoption. This source will help Kazakhstanis who plan to adopt a child to collect the necessary documents and find their little one.
"At the website you can find information about orphans in the personal details forms containing the date of birth, a photo of a child, data on his/her personality, whether he/she has siblings, etc. This information is enough for potential adoptive parents to find out more about kids," Director of 'DOM' Aruzhan Sain said.
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