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There are 12 children now and numbers in the past have gone up to 18. The age range is from new born to age 16. The new borns are cared for 24 hours by paid care givers.

Toddlers have a strong homeschooling program given by the care givers and qualified volunteers.

All children go to school at the required age. Currently 3 go to primary, 2 to high school and one due to attend Special School. She is a Downs Syndrome very smart young 4 year old girl and an utter delight to all.

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  1. maree sharma permalink
    February 11, 2012 7:16 pm

    I visited on Friday with my husband Sanjeet n 2 daughters n we have fallen inlove with Isaiah. What is the process of adoption? My husband was born in Fiji and I am interested in making a difference in his life. The ladies might recall that we brought groceries with us.

    Regards n god bless,

    • Sneh Lata permalink
      February 27, 2012 11:22 am

      Hi Maree, In 2008 I adopted a 5year old girl from Fiji and it was not easy but we got her in a very short time. I am not sure which country u live in but I live in Canada. Fiji has a law that allows adoption as long as one parent is from Fiji (born in Fiji). However, before you start anything in Fiji get your local adoption agency approve you as adtive parents and process will easier. Fiji gov does ask for letter of approval as parents by your local social worker. Good luck, Sneh

  2. Rehana Khan permalink
    April 3, 2012 1:54 am

    Good afternoon, my husband and I are at the beginning of our journey to adopt a child from Fiji. It is a decision that we have made with much thought and consideration. Can you please advise on how/where to begin? My husband and I are both Indian Fijians; he was born and raised in NZ, I was born in Fiji but migrated to Canada when I was 4. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. thank you, Ashmeen.

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