Tragically, due to stigmas and cultural expectations surrounding children and families, most children abandoned in the Philippines have special needs. Significant gaps in socioeconomic status has also led to widespread poverty in the more rural areas of the Philippines. Due to this cycle of poverty, 32% of infants are stunted due to poor nutrition.


AGCI has been intervening for children and families in the Philippines since 2012! Through our international adoption program, we help children as young as two years old unite with their forever families! AGCI is also committed to intervening for orphans throughout the Philippines–thanks to AGCI, 500 children received critical support in the wake of a devastating typhoon.


Every family in our Philippines adoption program is matched with a child! This is a really strong program—there continues to be a great need for families!

Finding Families for Orphans

Since 2012, we’ve worked to unite orphans in the Philippines with loving forever families through our adoption programs. Recently, 10 children have been placed with their forever families through AGCI’s Philippines adoption program.

We’re so excited to work with the Philippines Central Authority, which continues to be very child-centered, thoughtful, and efficient when working with families. We have a great working relationship with the local staff for this program and travel for adoptive families continues to be seamless.

We also offer a Relative Adoption program for extended family members. Please reach out to us to learn more about this program.


Financing Your Adoption

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;” Proverbs 3:5   Adoption costs can feel overwhelming. It’s important to remember that you are not alone—we have seen God provide financially for families countless times. There are so many ways to make adoption a reality for your family! We’ve outlined . . .

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The World’s Orphan Crisis

There are 8 million orphans living in institutions today. Tragically, most children living in institutions will grow up without ever knowing the love of a family. Due to deeply rooted systematic problems such as lack of access to education, corruption, poverty, and misguided policies, children are kept out of the arms of loving families. In . . .

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What Are Special Needs?

It’s time to readjust what many families think it means to adopt a child with special needs! What many adoptive parents don’t realize is that special needs, or medical conditions, fall on a spectrum—a child with a medical condition could mean something as simple as a hearing or vision impairment. It can also mean Down . . .

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How We Work: Policy

AGCI is dedicated to changing the reality of the orphan crisis. One of the ways we’re intervening for the 8 million orphans living in institutions is by creating Policy to change broken systems for orphans and create clear paths to family and independence. AGCI’s Policy work creates real, lasting change for orphans by: Empowering leaders—Through . . .

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How We’re Intervening For the 8 Million

There are currently 8 million orphans living in institutions around the world. For AGCI, the current state of the orphan crisis is alarming and unacceptable.  We’re working to change lives through 5 proven initiatives. Policy to change broken systems for orphans and create clear paths to family and independence. AGCI creates real, lasting change for orphans . . .

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Top 5 Reasons To Choose AGCI

So why should you adopt through AGCI? We’ve compiled the top 5 reasons to adopt through All God’s Children International. 1) We’re so much more than an adoption agency! AGCI is dedicated to intervening for the 8 million orphans living in institutions. We believe that every child deserves to be loved, and we’re working to . . .

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 “I feel crazy saying this, but I just knew that we had a little boy in the world that we needed to find.  I didn’t tell many people that, but I just had this feeling that I already missed him.  Which is crazy because that’s when he was born—towards the end of 2013.”