Liberia - West African Children Support Network case

John Varkpola whose niece is now in the US

Over the years West African Children Support Network placed more than 100 children from Liberia. Early 2009, the agency was under investigation of whether the children were being taken care of properly and according to our basic standards.

In 2007 Alberta Canada suspended adoptions via WACSN due to concerns about "tampered passports and irregular court orders,"
Date: 2008-11-01
Number of children:


Documentsort iconDate
True Confession about WACSN's Adoption2009-03-26
Liberia: LPMC DMD Becomes Legal Counsel For Child Traffickers2009-04-28
Liberia: Former Dep. Health Minister Queries WACSN's Suspension2009-06-10
Liberia: Father Of Adopted Children Frustrated Says Golden Opportunity Denied2009-04-24
Liberia: Children for Sale [audio report]2008-11-13
Liberia halts adoptions by Eden Prairie agency2009-01-14
Govt sued over missing kids2009-04-16
Fairview case draws scrutiny from Liberian ambassador 2010-04-18
Children taken from Liberia adoption agency run by nonprofit2009-04-11


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