What is distance adoption?
Remote adoption is not only a short-term help. It is much more than that. It is a step towards stopping the vicious cycle of hunger, poverty and hopelessness. It is the gift of the best tool to get out of extreme poverty – education.
356 million children worldwide live in extreme poverty. This means that every sixth child in the world is constantly starving, has no access to basic hygiene measures, clothes and often shelter. Their only chance to get out of poverty permanently is through education. Unfortunately, as many as 258 million children in the world do not have a chance to go to school.
By adopting one of the ADRA Foundation children remotely, you provide him with food and shelter needed to survive, but most of all you provide him with education. Thanks to your regular contributions, your ward has a chance to finish school, get a good education and find a job that will allow him and his family to exit poverty and live a dignified life. Remote adoption is a gesture that will pay off in the future, changing it for the better.
Whom do we support?
We support children in need from Kenya, Tanzania and Bangladesh. In each of these countries, the situation of children is slightly different, but they have one thing in common – they require urgent and special help. Orphaned children From Kenya face hunger and a lack of drinking water, albino children from Tanzania need shelter because their lives are in danger, and the youngest inhabitants of Bangladesh are forced to work from an early childhood due to extreme poverty. To find out more about the situation of children in each of the countries where we help, click on the country of your choice below.
I want to adopt a child. How to do it?
Support children in need with a one-time donation
Would you like to help children living in extreme poverty, but currently you cannot afford remote adoption and monthly payments? We understand this and have good news for you. You can still help!
We give you the option to make a one-time donation to: orphaned children in Kenya, poor children from Bangladesh or albino children from Tanzania.
Just click the button below and you will be able to donate any amount that will be used to help children in Bangladesh, Kenya or Tanzania.
Do you have any questions? Write to us!
If you would like to know more about distance adoption, write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and help you make a decision. Don’t hesitate, write now!