We help couples navigate the Malaysian adoption process. We are with you from start to finish.
OrphanCare works with the Department of Social Welfare (JKM) in the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development to facilitate and expedite the adoption of children in Malaysia.
Facilitating adoptions is an essential part of our mission to save the lives of babies who are at risk and to give Malaysian children in institutions a chance to experience the joy of growing up in a family.
OrphanCare follows Department of Social Welfare guidelines, the Malaysian Child (Amendment) Act 2016 and international best practices as per the UN Rights of the Child Charter to ensure adoptions are legal and ethically proper.
Thinking of adopting a child?
OrphanCare invites families from all ethnic groups, particularly those who can look after the more vulnerable children and those with extra needs like sibling groups and disabled children to consider adoption.
We have three types of adoption at OrphanCare:
We do our best to:
- Ensure each adoption is undertaken in the best interest of the child
- Prioritise support for the adoption triad: child, birth mother and adoptive family
- Prevent the abduction, exploitation, sale or trafficking of children
Adopting an older child
Perseverance makes a difference
“We were at wits end with little Daniel. He was like a wild animal, a loner who didn’t do anything you told him and broke things around the house…”