Resources and information for present and future adoptive parents of children from Vietnam including agencies, legal considerations, and procedures. Factsheet for Travelers
Traveling to adopt? 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! Adopt Vietnam
A guide to adoption for prospective parents, including cultural and language information, procedures, books, and products. Adopted Vietnamese International
Extensive information and resources for those interested in Vietnam adoptions, both pre- and post-adoptive families and researchers. Based in Australia, the site is truly international in scope. Adopting from Vietnam
Resources, support, and information for parents who have adopted or are exploring adopting from Vietnam. Adoption - Vietnam
Regulations and conditions, from the US State Department. Adoption from Vietnam
Travel, language, and cultural resources, as well as families! From the Assistant Stork. Adoptive Parents of Vietnam
Articles, books, support groups, and health information for present and future adoptive parents; from ComeUnity. Agencies Working in Vietnam
Alpha listing of agencies working with Vietnam adoptions from the National Adoption Information Clearinghouse. Information includes contact information and Web site links where available. Boy O Wonderful Boys
Families on the Adoptive Parents of Vietnam email support list share the joy and love their boys have brought to their families. They hope that by opening their hearts and families, you too will consider the adoption of a waiting boy. Families With Children From Vietnam
Adoption, cultural, travel info and support for families connected to Vietnam adoptions. Mam Non
A site to bring the adoption community in closer contact with Vietnamese culture, identity, and they way they work together. Operation Babylift
At the end of the Vietnamese War, the U.S. government brought more than 3300 children from Vietnam to the U.S. Most of the children were adopted by American, Canadian, Australian, and European families. This overview comes from the PBS "American Experience" series. "Precious Cargo"
A wonderful documentary about Vietnamese-born adoptees on a homeland visit. Taken out of Vietnam in "Operation Babylift," the adoptees explore their birth culture and origins. Vietnam Adoption
Who can adopt, availability of children, travel requirements, and more, from RainbowKids. Vietnamese Adoptee Network, Inc.
A support system and network of connections among Vietnamese adoptees. Search, reunions, motherland tours, culture, and gatherings are only a few of the topics addressed.