via our friends at the Ametz Adoption
The China Center for Adoption Affairs is opening the program to aid in finding good families for their Special Focus Children. Children with a Special Focus designation are those who have been waiting on the shared list for more than two months; they are generally older (pre-school- and school-aged) or any age (infant through school-aged) who have an identified special need.
The following is the notice released by the CCAA:
Government departments and adoption agencies in receiving countries, In order to promote special needs child adoption and guarantee the basic interests of the orphaned and disabled children, CCAA decided to accept the adoption applications from female single applicants to adopt according to the requirements listed in this notice, starting from March 15, 2011:
Female single applicants are allowed to adopt special focus children listed on the special Needs System of CCAA.
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