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The fundamental belief of Hopscotch is that each child has the right to a..
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Children don’t consciously remember Chinese, but their brains still react to it, fMRI shows You may not recall any memories from the ..read more
Hopscotch Adoptions by Robin Sizemore, Executive Director .. - 2d ago

As the land of countless tribes and an abundance of languages and customs, Ghana is ripe with the idiosyncrasies that make this West- ..read more
Hopscotch Adoptions by Robin Sizemore, Executive Director .. - 2d ago

There is an extraordinary bench in the city of Etchmiadzin in Armenia. It’s called “Hashtutyan nstaran ..read more
Hopscotch Adoptions by Robin Sizemore, Executive Director .. - 6d ago

Fifteen years ago, Americans adopted nearly 23,000 children from other countries. By last year, that number had dropped to just over 4,000 ..read more
Hopscotch Adoptions by Robin Sizemore, Executive Director .. - 1w ago

What’s more romantic than roses? Dawn is tinting the Atlas Mountains rust-red as the rose-pickers of Hdida set out for work. Dressed in ..read more

If you’re looking to buy a gift for your beloved, try Kejetia Market in Kumasi, Ghana. Handmade jewelry or fabric may fit the bill or ..read more
Hopscotch Adoptions by Robin Sizemore, Executive Director .. - 2w ago

There is an extraordinary bench in the city of Etchmiadzin in Armenia. It’s called “Hashtutyan nstaran ..read more
Hopscotch Adoptions by Robin Sizemore, Executive Director .. - 2w ago

Some exciting news to share!!!! That’s $700,000 to help build families and to pay the adoption professional’s bills. “We are so ..read more
Hopscotch Adoptions by Robin Sizemore, Executive Director .. - 2w ago

by Caroline Miller Ongoing exposure to neglect, abuse, homelessness or violence causes learning and behavior problems in children. Signs of ..read more
Hopscotch Adoptions by Robin Sizemore, Executive Director .. - 2w ago

If you’re in the mood for a bit of tragic love, the monumental moving sculpture of Ali and Nino in the Republic of Georgia is just right ..read more

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