Zambia Adoption

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This program is: open

All potential adoptive parents must live in Zambia for at least 12 months. In some cases the residency requirement can be brought down to 3 months, but that is on a case by case basis. The adoptive parent must be at least 25 years old, unless biologically related to the child, and must be 21 or more years older than the child. In 2011, 16 adoptions were finalized for Zambian children.

Visit our International Adoption Agency Directory for a list of adoption professionals and services.

Travel Required: Yes

Convention Country?: Yes

Singles Accepted: Yes, but a single man cannot adopt a female child.

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International Waiting Children


Aaron (13)


Rica (14)


Benjamin (5)


Jude (13)

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Zambia Adoption News

TheRecord - Family to spend year in Zambia helping orphans
July 5, 2011, 2:31 pm
For their stay, Faiths Orphans Fund has renovated a four-bedroom living space at the training centre.
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Koda - 3 years ago
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Just an FYI: The rule against single men adopting female children from Zambia went away in 2012. I think it went away in a few other African countries, check the State Department website. #1
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