OrphanCare helps institutionalised children, families, prospective adoptive parents, adoptive and foster parents and women facing an unplanned pregnancy.
We take a holistic approach with regards our clients’ physical, social, medical, educational and legal needs. Our service programmes were developed through trial and error and are designed to suit local requirements. They also comply to the Malaysian Child (Amendment) Act 2016, the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development regulations and guidelines and follow international best practice.
Among other things we reintegrate children back with their parents or extended kin, arrange and facilitate adoptions and foster care (in the near future), provide a safe haven for women facing an unplanned pregnancy alone, provide counselling and social work support, parent training and reproductive health awareness programmes.
A safe haven for girls and young women who are facing an unplanned pregnancy with no one to turn to
We provide counselling for birth mothers, their partners and families and children going through deinstitutionalisation
We arrange adoptions for babies, older children and special needs children who come through the baby hatches and our DI activity
We help young people understand and cope with the physical and emotional changes of adolescence and early adulthood and to manage day to day relationships
We parent-train prospective adoptive parents, adoptive parents and foster carers