Category: Operation Mercy Mercy (Ethiopia)

adoptie is big business

Source: Maartje Duin , 29 april 2013 Holland Doc: Mercy Mercy Maandag, Nederland 2, 20.55-22.00 uur Bezoekers die huilend naar buiten kwamen. Een woedende pedagoge die de filmmaakster wel iets wilde aandoen. Bij de IDFA-première afgelopen november bleek de documentaire Mercy Mercy de gemoederen flink te beroeren. Niet verwonderlijk, want in de film voltrekt… Read more »

Review: ‘Mercy Mercy’ is a sad portrait of international adoption SPECIAL

Sarah Gopaul Apr 27, 2013 ‘Mercy Mercy: A Portrait of True Adoption’ is a documentary about inter-country adoption that provides a raw look at all participants in the adoption process. When the average person thinks about adoption, they think about all the orphans in the world. But a surprising number of adoptions involve living biological… Read more »

Biological parents require adoptions overturned

Date: 2013-04-14 Source: An overturned adoption in the Netherlands has given masho’s biological parents a taste. They will now have custody back.

UNICEF: Child harvesters is a known phenomenon

Source: http://www.dr.d GOOGLE TRANSLATION: Adoption agency DanAdopt refused Sunday to know about the word ‘children harvest’, although it is a common phenomenon. 8 April 2013 Gimma Kebele worked for DanAdopt’s now closed orphanage in Ethiopia, ENAT Alem. Beside the job as a night watchman, he earned money to find suitable families and convince them that they… Read more »

Ethiopian orphanage used ‘child harvesters’ to find children

Source: Ray Weaver April 8, 2013 – 15:05 DanAdopt’s closed orphanage used an intermediary to convince families to put their children up for adoption This woman said she had no idea her children would never return when she allowed them to be adopted in Denmark (Screen Shot: DR/ 21 Søndag) Adoptions from the the Enat… Read more »

Mashos biological parents will terminate adoption

Date: 2013-04-05 Source: Mashos biological parents from Ethiopia has now gone to a lawyer to overturn the adoption of her daughter. – We will be in contact with her because we are worried about how she’s doing, says Mashos biological parents to DR News. Written by: Line Gertsen and Ditte Bannor-Kristensen Mashos biological parents in… Read more »