In June 2004, Romania closed international adoption to everyone except children's grandparents. These resources are offered for Romania adoptive families. Factsheet for Travelers
Traveling to Romania? You'll want to know about money, where the Embassy is located, how to stay in touch with the folks back home, and other details before you leave. Here you go! Inside a Romanian Orphanage
The story of Leslie McCarthy's year working in a state orphanage offers a first-hand account of conditions in Eastern European institutions, and a look at the impact one person's contributions of time and love can have in the life of a child. Walking a Tightrope
The Romanian suspension of international adoption underscores the need for adopting parents to be aware of events and issues beyond their desire to adopt.Eastern European Adoption Coalition
EEAC also offers the Romania-L Mail List
. Mediafax S.A.
Keep up with news from Romania from this excellent English language source. When changes in adoption policies are being discussed internally, reports can usually be found here. Report on Intercountry Adoption in Romania
From the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, this January 2001 report was prepared for the U.S. Agency for International Development. The document is in .pdf format and requires an Adobe Acrobat reader.Romanian Reunions Message Board
Message board for adoptive parents of Romanian-born children.