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Elisabet Sandberg CEO

Relations to other organizations

Organization Relation Type Organization Country Date from Date to
Instituto Colombiano de Bienestar Familiar (ICBF), Colombia Accredited Adoptionscentrum
Consejo Nacional de la Niñez y Adolescencia, Ecuador Accredited Adoptionscentrum
Ministry of Justice, Bulgaria Accredited Adoptionscentrum
China Center of Adoption Affairs (CCAA) Accredited Adoptionscentrum
Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) Accredited Adoptionscentrum
Inter-Country Adoption Board (ICAB) Philippines Accredited Adoptionscentrum
Adoptions of Indiana Accredited Adoptionscentrum
Swedish Intercountry Adoptions Authority (MIA) Accredited Adoptionscentrum
Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MOWA) Accredited Adoptionscentrum
The Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia Accredited Adoptionscentrum
Autoridade Central Administrativa Federal, Brazil Accredited Adoptionscentrum
Ebunoluwa Foundation, Nigeria Facilitates Adoptionscentrum
Los Pisingos Facilitates Adoptionscentrum
Chiquitines Facilitates Adoptionscentrum 1978 Jan 01
FANA Facilitates Adoptionscentrum
CRAN Facilitates Adoptionscentrum
La Casita de Nicolas Facilitates Adoptionscentrum
ABBA adoptions Facilitates Adoptionscentrum
Adoptionscentrum Member of Euradopt
Adoptionscentrum Member of Nordic Adoption Council
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) Provided grant to Adoptionscentrum
Adoptionscentrum Sponsor of Chiquitines
Adoptionscentrum Sponsor of SA Cares for Life 2006 Jan 01 2008 Jan 01

Relations to geographical entities

Party Relation Type Political Entity Date From Date To
Adoptionscentrum Operates in Ethiopia
Adoptionscentrum Operates in Nigeria 2008 Mar 03
Adoptionscentrum was founded in 1969. Since then, more than 20,000 children from over 50 countries have acquired a new family through Adoptionscentrum. This makes us one of the largest and most experienced adoption organisations in the world. Adoptionscentrum is currently working with authorities and non governmental organisations (NGO’s) in over 20 countries.

Adoptionscentrum is a non-profit members' organisation with just over 8,500 member families, the majority of whom are adoptive parents. These are organised into 24 regional subdivisions throughout Sweden. One of the subdivisions, the Forum for Adoptees, is aimed specifically at adoptees.


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