Resident of Bashkiria is ready to adopt Ufa brother and sister shown on Channel One
UFA, 28 November 2016. /Bashinform News Agency, Gulfiya Akulova/.
Potential foster parents are ready to accept in the family the children from Ufa, which videos were shown in “Poka Vse Doma” program on Channel One on November 27. Touching stories about a brother and a sister — 10-year-old Toyir and his two-year old sister Julia received a response in different regions of Russia.
After the program air calls from the viewers started to be received by the Guardianship Office of Ufa Administration. Residents of Dagestan, Chechnya, Kazakhstan, the city Pyt-Yah, Ulan-Ude, Aktau, Orenburg, Kaliningrad wanted to become parents for the brother and sister. Among them there was a call from the resident of Bashkortostan too.
Toyira and Julia were taken away from their mother about a year ago; she was deprived of parental rights. Now children are apart — in an orphanage and in a children's home. More information about other orphans and children left without parental care is available in the Guardianship Office of Ufa Administration, located at the address: Komsomolskaya Street 161/2. Phone: (347) 279-91-84, 279-91-85.
Video passports of children from Ufa, also looking for foster parents can be found on the «Videopassport» web site. Currently, the database contains information about 41 children from Bashkortostan. Other “Poka Vse Doma” programs in the near future will feature more young Ufa residents wishing to have a family.