Orphanage Reliability Analysis
The Orphanage Reliability Analysis is one of two customized reports Research-China.org offers to help adoptive families gain insight into their children's early life and records. The other is our Birth Parent Search Analysis, which focuses on the data that determines the probability of a successful birth parent search.
Adoptive families are given orphanage records on their child with details such as the child's finding location, health, and daily routine. But many parents find later that their children's histories are all too similar, with other children adopted from the same orphanage, leading to questions like: How many children were found at their child's finding location? Were other children found by the same finder? Was Family Planning active in the area at the time of the finding? How reliable is the information provided, and was the child really found as described?
Since 2001, Research-China.Org has interviewed orphanage directors, police officers, foster families, finders, and other players and gathered information, statistics, and insights into how children enter the orphanages. In an Orphanage Reliability Analysis—specific to your child and their orphanage—we provide you with a comprehensive and straightforward look at the data to help you decide the accuracy of the information given to you by the orphanage.
Included in the analysis, specific to your child's orphanage, are: