Category: ACT in the news

Do you remember Amy’s adoption nightmare? Now she escaped to Ethiopia

Against Child Trafficking (ACT) bears all expenses for Amy’s travel and stay in Ethiopia, as well as the costs of the Court case. We need donations to bring this story as well as Masho’s story to a good end… DONATE Source: http://nyheder.tv2.dk Google Translation: for more pictures and video’s in Danish, see original Source TV2 31.3.2016… Read more »

‘Meeting my mother after 42 years was a miracle’

Source: http://www.bbc.com By Geeta Pandey BBC News, Delhi 14 March 2016 Elisabet Purve-Jorendal was born in India and given away for adoption in 1973 when she was less than six months old. A Swedish couple adopted her when she was two-and-a-half years old and gave her a new life. Forty-two years later, she tracked down her… Read more »

Do you remember Amy? Now she is trapped in Denmark and shall not see her mother

A video of the little Ethiopian girl Amy, who forcibly dragged into a car by educators from Næstved, threw the first light of scandals in the adoption system. Today, three years later, prohibit the Danish authorities Amy to visit his HIV-infected biological mother in Ethiopia. “Everything has been a huge misunderstanding. My mother would never… Read more »

‘Many adoptees face visa hurdle’, here’s the latest case of a German woman

Date: 2015-10-10 Source: http://indianexpress.com “The authorities asked me to furnish papers to prove that I had renounced my Indian citizenship. Both my adoptive parents died over 10 years ago and I didn’t have the documents,” says the 38-year-old. Germany-based Swati Foerster had begun her journey of finding her biological mother a decade ago and she… Read more »

Given up at birth, she found mother after 42 yrs

Source: http://epaperbeta.timesofindia.com Oct 09 2015 : The Times of India (Delhi) Ambika Pandit Four days before she turned 42, Elizabet Purve, a Swedish national with roots in India, got the birthday gift of her life. Her two-decade-long search for her biological mother ended in a Maharashtra village on September 12. Elizabet was lucky . Many Indians… Read more »

Help pours in from foreign shores for special kids

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com Priyanka Dasgupta,TNN | Sep 28, 2015, 01.25 AM IST KOLKATA: Raju Biswas drives a car and sells livestock in Thakurpukur. Four years ago, he came to know that his sister Julia Suja Gardefaldt, who was adopted by a Swedish couple some 20 years ago, had wanted to get in touch with the family. Back… Read more »

ACT in the News: Swedish Daughter, Indian Mother Reunite After 42 Years

14 September 2015 ACT building the bridge! Thanks to our yearlong investment in creating a network. In maintaining the network. What an incredible effort it was. And what amazing heartwarming results! Donations are more than welcome. Together let’s make a difference! DONATION