Introduction to the Kyrgyz Program

Adoption program from Kyrgyzstan is the best adoption program from the Central Asian region and a great option for the families interested in adopting from that part of the World.


The program is solid and well established by now. Back in 2012 Kyrgyzstan ratified the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoptions and since then worked diligently on implementing the processes and procedures to reflect it. Some challenges, of course, remain, but overall things are well on track.


International adoption is a complex process, but some programs run better than others. The last big changes to the Kyrgyz program were almost a decade ago, and by now there aren’t any surprises left in the process.

It’s a process that is well understood by all participants at the different stages and levels of the program. Everyone, governmental entities, social work and orphanage personnel, and the judicial system officers, are well aware of their roles and responsibilities, and how to handle the intercountry adoptions.

There is a lot that can be said about a program, but the fact that it mostly runs smooth is a nerve saver for the families and, well, for the agency, too.