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Topic - Miriam Frederick
International adoption has always been a sensitive subject in Haiti, a reminder that the country is too poor to care for its own. After January's earthquake, the Haitian government effectively slammed the door shut on most adoptions altogether.
"The sad part is that because of a few people's mistakes, children that could find a good home and are waiting for a home will now have to suffer for years — and may never get a home at all," said Miriam Frederick, founder of the New Life Children's Home orphanage.