Guyana child care & protection agency says gays can adopt

Director of the Childcare and Protection Agency (CPA), Ann Greene, has brought firmly into focus the fact that there are no laws barring homosexuals from adopting or being foster parents.

Greene stated emphatically that the agency does not discriminate, and under her direction she encourages anyone to apply for the care and protection of vulnerable and neglected children: “There is nothing in the law barring gay people from adopting or applying to be foster parents. The Childcare and Protection Agency does not discriminate, and under my direction the agency is more than willing to try it.”

Traditionally, heterosexual couples are selected to be foster parents or adopt children, but the agency has recently begun exploring other options in its quest to find more comfortable and secured homes for orphans and other vulnerable children.  Read more via Kaieteur News