Adoptee Search: Girl Born 1998 Found in Addis Ababa at Police Station Adopted in 1999 to the USA

Adoptee / Adopted person searching for Ethiopian family. Female, birth name Mistre, was born in 1998 and dropped off in a basket at a police station in Addis Ababa. She was adopted in 1999 when she was about 2 yrs old to the USA through an unknown adoption agency.

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Child’s Information no-adoptee-photo (1)

Gender of Child female

Additional information about child’s ethnicity Born in Addis Ababa

Year of child’s birth 1998

Ethiopian birth Name of Child Mistre

Age when child entered care center or orphanage 0-12 months

Year child entered a care center or orphanage 1998

Age of child at adoption 2

Year child was adopted 1999

Number of siblings/cousins adopted with the child 0

Number of siblings/cousins adopted to other families 0

Additional information about the child Ethiopian doctors said that she was 2 years old at the time of the adoption while American doctors claimed she was 18 months old. When she came over, she was hospitalized because of malnutrition.

Adoption Agency Information

Adoption agency through which the child was processed  UNKNOWN Adoption Agency

Country to which the child was adopted USA

Orphanage/care center #1

Orphanage or care center through which the child was processed UNKNOWN orphanage

Region of orphanage or care center Addis Ababa Region

Zone of orphanage or care center Addis Ababa – Addis Ababa Region

City/Town of orphanage or care center Addis Ababa

Orphanage/care center #2

Orphanage or care center through which the child was processed UNKNOWN orphanage

Information for Abandoned Children

Relationship or title of person who found the child Police Officer

Region where child was found Addis Ababa Region

Zone where child was found Addis Ababa – Addis Ababa Region

City/town where child was found Addis Ababa

Additional information Mistre was dropped off in a basket at the police station in Addis Ababa. There was a card listing her name.

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