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A Child Needs a Family: Inna S., was born in 1994

Inna finished school

Author: Victiria Mochalova, translated by Daria Sukach, www.deti.zp.ua Published: 2010-12-15 15-00-00 Viewed, times: 3066
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What else can we tell you about this girl? The main distinguishing characteristics of Inna are her Olympian calm and prudence. Thus, itТs no wonder then, that such a diligent and industrious girl likes embroidering. Besides, there are good teachers who help children master the art of embroidery.

Although Inna gets along with her mates pretty well, she hasnТt got many girlfriends. УFriends are very important, especially when you feel down. They can always understand you as well as cheer you upФ, Inna says.

InnaТs favourite school subject is geography though one could hardly believe that such a calm girl could be keen on travelling. The girl loves reading, especially the books about animals. Everyone in the orphanage knows what a dog lover Inna is: she can never pass by a doggie that needs some care and attention.

Inna can love and care. However, she is longing for someone who would love and care for her. Where could she get it? A loving family is the only place Inna can be really happy.

Inna is living in boarding school.

If you are interested in adopting Inna or other children, please read the memo to the potential adoptive parents, guardians, and foster parents or contact us or provide profile #*** to the State Department of Adoption.

If you are not ready to adopt at this moment (e.g. you are a student and havenТt created your own family yet) you can also help children from the boarding school (orphanage) by supporting organizationally or financially excursions and trips for the children, visiting a child in the orphanage, or helping with buying developmental toys, books, construction sets and sport equipment.

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