Today the Sunday Times reported on the work of ACT (Against Child Trafficking), being to assist parents of missing children. Children missing because they were adopted by foreigners, in exchange for money.
Some of these children were kidnapped directly from their parents. Nagarani's son, for example, was kidnapped during the night - just as Madeleine McCann.
Madeleine McCann fund raised £2 million in first 10 months.
ACT is in need of urgent funding. To bring Nagarani and her husband to The Netherlands. But also to assist many more parents in similar situations.
I hope we can show that the world cares about all children and all parents!
SPECIAL CALL FOR HELP
In 1999, the 18 month old son of Nagarani and her husband Kathirvel was kidnapped in India and sold by to the orphanage Malaysian Social Services.
In 2007, through the work of ACT, Nagarani’s child was located in the Netherlands. The Dutch adoptive family refuses any contact, or DNA testing. The adoption agency and the Dutch Ministry of Justice take no responsibility.
ACT helped Nagarani and Kathirvel to get a lawyer in the Netherlands, so that they could request visiting rights in the Dutch Court of Justice.
See also: A Chennai slum dweller's fight for her Dutch son
ACT URGENTLY NEEDS FUNDING TO BRING THESE INDIAN PARENTS TO THE NETHERLANDS, SO THAT THEY CAN BE PRESENT IN THE COURT on 15 June 2010.
Via Paypal - see button on top of this posting, or
Against Child Trafficking,
The Netherlands, Nijmegen
Bank account: 67 26 82 060
IBAN: NL41 INGB 0672 6820 60