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8910 Timberwood Dr
Indiana 46234

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Programs: To help - please assist Americans For African Adoptions, Inc. with funds for housing expenses in Africa, the purchase of a refrigerator and stove in Liberia, monthly or school sponsorship for Ethiopia, Liberian, Nigerian & Ugandan children. Please enlist the aid of your business, church, women's, scout, youth group, etc., to help an "African Angel". Sponsorship goes to an African representative our agency knows & trusts - they purchase food, clothing and pay school expenses for the sponsored child - 100% of a donation is given to help the child. Sponsorship is needed.

As a licensed, non-profit, international adoption agency since 1986, the mission of Americans For African Adoptions, Inc. (AFAA) is to provide care, education & medical services for orphans while in Africa and to facilitate the adoption of African orphan children by adoptive families across the free world. AFAA assists African children suffering from famine, war, abandonment and disease. AFAA guides adopting families in processing all required paperwork by all involved governments and assists families once an African child joins their family. AFAA was the first, licensed, non-profit adoption agency devoted solely to African orphans.

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I was drawn to AFAA because of the way in which it started. For one woman to see a need and work on solving it--That was pure brilliance in my opinion. I adopted my son from Ethiopia in 2005. The process was long and difficult and ever changing and frustrating, especially since I knew of him in ... more »
I adopted my son from Ethiopia through AFAA starting in 2004-1/06. I had no clue what I was doing and at the time people were like?? Ethiopia? wheres that. The website had all the forms I needed and at the time there were just three agencies operating in Ethiopia. I have to say I initially went ... more »
My husband and I started working with AFAA in 2007. We started in the Lesotho program and were very excited. We had heard that AFAA tended to be slow, but that was the only negative feedback we had heard. About four months into the process, Cheryl contacted us and told us that there was a hold on... more »
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