SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Sometimes, those who want to adopt in Brazil have only a name, a number and scarce information about the child. This is how children and teenagers today are identified in the National Adoption Registry (CNA) in Brazil. This, say experts, makes the adoption process very difficult in the country.

Now several Brazilian states have created Apps for these families to have a more direct contact with children awaiting adoption, especially the older ones.

According to data from the Brazil’s Justice Council (CNJ), there are today approximately 9,500 children registered in the National Adoption Registry . . .

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