Let’s call it Light. She is 9 years old and in third grade. She is enthusiastic, very warm and very protective of her little brothers. Mia (7) goes to first grade and loves artistic expression, role play, and group activities. She has some indicators of a possible cognitive maturational delay and is very affectionate. Nico (6), those who know him describe him as the owner of an “incomparable sweetness”, who loves to play. He has a neuromaterial delay in cognitive and language skills and is able to learn new things every day. Maca (4) is also very cheerful, friendly, with a fluent and clear language and development according to her age. Pili is the youngest: she is 1 year and 11 months old, curious and sociable.
The five – their names have been changed to preserve their identities – are little brothers and need, as soon as possible, to be fulfilled your fundamental right to find a family in which they can grow and develop together. Therefore, the Family Court of the city of Paso de los Libres, in Corrientes, launched a Public tender for all those people who have the genuine desire to sponsor them and the necessary skills to give them the love and support they need.
Like them, there are many girls, boys and adolescents who they wait in the homes. Most are pre-adolescents and groups of siblings, but also girls and boys with disabilities or different health problems. When the judges exhaust all the search instances within the registry network of applicants for foster care, they resort to public calls, a call to the whole community that it is proposed to find a family for the girls and boys who are most difficult to find one.
According to the latest data from the National Directorate of the Unique Registry of Aspiring Guardians for Adoption Purposes (Dnrua), today there are 3,433 files of people and couples registered to adopt in the country. Of these, 88% are willing to sponsor babies up to one year old, but less than 10% are girls and boys 9 and over. On the other hand, sOnly 0.26% (nine files) would adopt four or more siblings.
Those interested in forming a family by adoption with Luz, Mía, Maca, Nico and Pili should download a form at this link and send it by mail to the Registry of Aspiring Guardians for Adoption Purposes of Corrientes ([email protected]) or to the Family Court of Paso de los Libres ([email protected]). For inquiries, contact the Court’s landline number 3772-428105 / 428106 or Registry 3794-4476896 from 7 to 13, Monday through Friday.
Another waiting boys and girls
- On the page of the National Directorate of the Unique Registry of Aspiring Guardians for Adoption Purposes (Dnrua), you can also find open calls for girls, boys and adolescents from all over the country who hope to have a family.