Boy born 2001 adopted to the USA in 2009 using WACAP through Bête Hitsanet

Male Amhara child born in 2001. He entered care at age 7 and was adopted to the USA in 2009 via Bête Hitsanet / Kombolcha using World Association for Children and Parents / WACAP. His birth name is Ebrahim Mohammed. Grandmother is Feleku / Feleke and his grandfather is Muhammed.

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Gender of Child male

Ethnicity of Child Amhara

Year of child’s birth 2001

Ethiopian birth Name of Child Ebrahim Mohammed

Name of child at the time of adoption Ebrahim Mohammed

Ethiopian family members’ first names Grandmother Feleku and his grandfather’s Muhammed

Age when child entered care center or orphanage 7

Year child entered a care center or orphanage 2009

Age of child at adoption – best guess as to real age 7

Year child was adopted 2009 

Number of siblings/cousins adopted with the child 0

Number of siblings/cousins adopted to other families 0

Adoption Agency Information

Adoption agency through which the child was processed World Association for Children and Parents (WACAP) (USA)

Ethiopian representative of adoption agency Ato Teklu

Country to which the child was adopted USA

Orphanage/care center #1

Orphanage or care center through which the child was processed Bête Hitsanet

Other orphanage or care center workers Kedija Y (Mohammed Y)

Region of orphanage or care center Amhara Region

Zone of orphanage or care center UNKNOWN

City/Town of orphanage or care center Kombolcha

Information for Relinquished Children

Region where child was relinquished UNKNOWN 

Zone where child was relinquished UNKNOWN zone

City/town where child was relinquished UNKNOWN

Information for Abandoned Children

Region where child was found UNKNOWN 

Zone where child was found UNKNOWN 

City/town where child was found UNKNOWN 

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