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The Council on Accreditation (COA), a national accrediting body approved by the United States Department of State to conduct Hague accreditation and approval reviews, invites the public to provide comment on intercountry adoption service providers seeking Hague accreditation or approval or renewal of Hague accreditation or approval. You may provide comment by clicking here:
https://coanet.org/programs/hague-accreditation-and-approval/public-comment

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About Us

Africa Adoption Services, formerly operating as DRC Adoption Services, is passionate about helping place children into loving families and desires to pave a better road for those on their adoption journey.

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Mission, Vision, & Values

Our mission is to connect African children with their forever families in the US using an ethical and transparent adoption process.

Africa Adoption Services works toward a day when Africa is without orphans.

At Africa Adoption Services we believe that having solid ethics is essential, our clients (parents) are our partners, and communication is critical.

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Passionate about helping place children in loving families

we desire to pave a better road for those on their adoption journey

News & Updates

What's going on in the world of DRC and Niger Adoptions

Phase Two of Polio Vaccination Campaign Begins

Phase Two of Polio Vaccination Campaign Begins

Posted by Pendergrass on Aug 15, 2013

The second phase of the vaccination campaign against polio wild virus began on Thursday, August 15 throughout the country. The campaign, which will be door-to-door, is for all children from birth to five years. According to the Ministry of Health, more than 17 million...

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6 Million People Suffer from Hepatitis

6 Million People Suffer from Hepatitis

Posted by Pendergrass on Jul 30, 2013

Six million Congolese are chronic carriers of hepatitis. Six hundred thousand of them will die from cirrhosis of the liver. These figures of the Expanded Program on Immunization, which showed direction of the epidemiological surveillance, were presented Monday, July...

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Lingala Dictionary

Lingala Dictionary

Posted by Pendergrass on Jul 26, 2013

Download the Lingala Dictionary The following taken from Wikipedia. Links not directly related to this article have been removed. To read the original article, click here. Lingala is a Bantu language spoken throughout the northwestern part of the Democratic Republic...

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Pondu

Pondu

Posted by Pendergrass on Jul 25, 2013

Pondu is a traditional Congolese recipe for a classic stew of cassava leaves (saka-saka) flavored with onion, red palm oil, chillies, garden eggs and tinned sardines or mackerel. Ingredients: 2 bunches of fresh or 2 bags of frozen saka-saka (cassava) leaves 2 large...

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48 Deaths from Measles since January

48 Deaths from Measles since January

Posted by Pendergrass on Jul 23, 2013

About 48 people have died of measles over 3000 cases reported since last January in the Katanga province. The report of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), published Wednesday, July 17 in Lubumbashi, said that the territories of Kabalo and...

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The Kapiloff Family

The Kapiloff Family

Posted by admin on May 27, 2013

We are the Kapiloff family. Talia is almost 7, Ben is 4, and Simon has recently turned 1 year old. This picture was taken as Simon and I (Lori) arrived home after our long journey. We were so tired, but what a special moment!! The next morning was Easter Sunday and...

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