The best interest of a Kenyan child in inter-country adoption
Ahmed, Zeinab Mohamed Hussein
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International adoption is the most widely form of adoption practiced in most developed countries. Although many people consider this form of adoption as a “chance to save the day and become a hero”, it also opens the door for many activities that end up affecting the adopted child negatively. It also causes psychological trauma and identity crisis in the adoptee. Therefore, it raises the question as to whether such adoptions are done in the best interest of the child.