Haiti Programme
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Haiti Programme

As with all our adoption programmes, we recommend applicants contact us for an overview of all country programmes as selecting a country is an important decision and by discussing the different programmes with HHAMA applicants can be helped to make a decision which is informed and realistic in terms of completing an adoption.


Our Haiti programme is new, since late 2017, and currently we do have clients formally registered and have completed one adoption to date.

The programme is open to applicants under the age of 50 and in a stable relationship for 5 years.  The programme is open to single female or heterosexual married or co-habiting couples.  It is necessary to undergo psychological evaluation as part of the dossier preparation.

A document listing the Additional Medical Needs categories that apply to the Haiti programme would be made available at a meeting with clients to discuss individual capacities in relation to additional medical needs.

To indicate your interest in the Haiti programme, please email us at helpinghands.ama@gmail.com  We will add you to our applicant mailing list and send you our Inquiry email with details of the early stages of the adoption process.

Currently under construction please contact HHAMA for information.

Details of the approved fee schedule are contained in the AAI notice.

Full details of dossiers required for each country programme are issued by HHAMA to applicants who have completed the pre-registration phase, are in receipt of an Article 15 approval from the Adoption Authority of Ireland and are then subsequently formally invited to submit a dossier.  It is not advisable to compile documents in advance of that formal invitation as dossier listings, notary and authentication requirements and translation criteria change from time to time.

Currently under construction please contact HHAMA for information.