AGES OUT JULY 2018 * wishes to have a family of his own! * independent * likes to help * enjoys playing outdoors *
Andy is a wonderful 13 year old boy who needs a family to be in his country to adopt him by July 2018. He wants a family!!
What does aging out mean?
Children who are not adopted by age 14 in this country, “Age out” of the system and no longer have the option of being a permanent part of a family. Every child’s circumstances depending on location and support systems around them vary on what their future holds. But being such a young age, the children who age out can become even more vulnerable to child trafficking, abuse, poor work conditions, homelessness, etc..
is an independent boy who makes his bed and tidies his belongings. He also helps other children with their tasks. He enjoys playing outdoors, as well as watching TV.
Currently he attends the local school.
In February 2007 he had surgery for his cleft lip and palate, and afterward he began to speak more clearly.
How he feels about adoption
He is close to his caregivers, as well as the other children in the orphanage, but still wishes to have a family of his own. He promises he will send beautiful drawings back to the orphanage to let them know how he is doing!
Andy is on the shared list. He has a $4,000 grant if adopted through the agency, WACAP.
Please consider this boy as your son!
If you are interested in learning more about how to adopt Andy, please send me an e-mail – Jessica
If you are interested in any other child on TwentyLess or have questions about adoption, I would love to chat!
TwentyLess is not an agency, it is an advocacy site run by an adoptive mom (me) who would love to see every child with a family of their very own.