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Madonna Discusses Adoption, Malawi

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Madonna in MalawiYesterday Madonna wrote a post on her website regarding the adoption process she & Guy have been going through. Here is the entire post:

AN OPEN LETTER FROM MADONNA AN OPEN LETTER FROM MADONNA AN OPEN LETTER FROM MADONNA AN OPEN LETTER FROM MADONNA AN OPEN LETTER FROM MADONNA AN OPEN LETTER FROM MADONNA

Posted: 17 October 2006

My husband and I began the adoption process many months prior to our trip to Malawi. I did not wish to disclose my intentions to the world prior to the adoption happening as this is a private family matter. After learning that there were over one million orphans in Malawi, it was my wish to open up our home and help one child escape an extreme life of hardship, poverty and in many cases death, as well as expand out family.

Nevertheless, we have gone about the adoption procedure according to the law like anyone else who adopts a child. Reports to the contrary are totally inaccurate. The procedure includes an l8 month evaluation period after which time we hope to make this adoption permanent. This was not a decision or commitment that my family or I take lightly.

I am overwhelmed and inspired by my trip to Malawi and hope that it helps bring attention to how much more the world needs to do to help the children of Africa.

My heartfelt thanks for all the good wishes I have received and I hope the press will allow my family some room for us to experience the joy we feel to have David home.

Madonna Ritchie October 17, 2006 London, England

We’ve bolded the key text above. Learn more about Malawi by visiting Raising Malawi. A nation of 12 million people, 1 million of which are orphans.

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