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Are both boys and girls available for adoption in equal numbers?

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2015-07-14 16:04:04
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Adoption and GenderAccording to Families Thru International Adoption, in most countries, boys and girls are both available for adoption. In China more than 97% of the children adopted are girls, but boys are available. In India most of the children adopted are girls but the percentage is not as high as China. In Brazil, Russia, Vietnam, and Guatemala the adoptions are about divided equally between boys and girls.

Note that at the time of this research (2004) Vietnam was closed to the US for adoption of Vietnamese children. This is alleged to only be temporary.

Addendum to the above post: Vietnam now (as of summer 2005) has boys and girls available for adoption.

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