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UNICEFs stance on International Adoption

Although UNICEF currently has no official, general and explicit policy in regard to intercountry adoption, it founds its approach on these major thrusts: - the best interests of the child are the paramount consideration in decisions concerning adoption; - competent authorities ensure that an adoption is allowable and undertaken in a legal manner, with free and informed consent on the part of those responsible for the child; - intercountry adoption should only take place if the child cannot be suitably cared for in his or her country of origin; - no improper gain should result for any party to an adoption.

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