2013- For the first time in adoption history that Indian parents-of-loss were taken to an adoption conference. The agencies refused to allow the missing children of the Indian parents in to tell their stories. Many of these parents had their children abducted from off the streets! Adoptionland: From Orphans to Activists found on Amazon contains an Indian mother’s story.
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The documentary series about child trafficking for international adoption purposes, please watch:
FUSION PRESENTS: The Traffickers
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The ACT USA Team
The ACT USA team was able to raise enough funds to gather parents and families of child trafficking from rural areas of India to an adoption conference put on by Europe. They were not allowed in the conference.
The ACT team in action funded by ACT USA
Sixteen years down the line, Zabeen now lives over 7000 kilometres away in Australia under a different name with her Australian adoptive parents.
The story is devastating, yet the couple who lost their only daughter are still full of hope.
Two years old when she was whisked away in an auto by an unidentified man, Zabeen was one amongst nearly 250 to 300 children in Tamil Nadu, many of them kidnapped and then sent off to locations abroad as a part of racket planned by an adoption agency and orphanage known as the Malaysian Social Services.
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