You can take the girl out of Africa, but you can't take Africa out of the girl!
A Forever Family for Charlie
1 week ago
Adam was born on Feb 10, 2010. His mother died shortly after he was born. His mother was HIV+. Adam's father is up in years and he also is very sick.
Adam was very sickly as an infant. At about one year of age, his father abandoned him because the father was sick and he could not pay for Adam's medical care. With good care, Adam has stabilized and at the time of this writing, he is doing very well. Adam is HIV+.
Adam is a quiet and reserved child. He interacts some with the other children but prefers to play by himself. At the time of this writing, he can pull up and stand but he has not yet taken his first steps. His birth certificate says that he is 2 years old but it is thought that he is somewhere between 2 1/2 and 3 years of age.
Did you know that when properly treated, children who have tested positive for HIV can have their viral load so low, it is undetectable in their blood?
Did you know that there has never been a case of transmission of the virus in a normal family setting?
If you would like more information about HIV or about adopting a child with HIV, I strongly urge you to check out Project Hopeful. This website is full of helpful resources, family stories and facts about living with HIV. This disease is SO manageable, there is just no reason to be afraid to adopt a child with HIV.
If you would like more information about an adoption from Burkina Faso, or adopting Adam, you can email me at email@example.com and I'd be happy to connect you to right person!