Children of All Nations [CAN] Law and Legal Definition
Children of All Nations (CAN) is a Hague accredited, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The CAN aims to improve the lives of children all around the globe. CAN is reaching out to the nations around the world to place children and give humanitarian aid on a global scale with adoption programs in countries around the globe. It is a division of U.S.’s leading international adoption agency. CAN is operated by Great Wall China Adoption.
The CAN also advocates for improved legislation and international relations. And initiates charity programs focused on child welfare.
Currently, CAN has intercountry adoption programs in place for Bulgaria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Haiti, Latvia, Mexico, Nepal, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Uganda and Ukraine, in addition to the longstanding China program.
Legal Definition list
- Children from Families with Incomes below the Poverty Line [Education]
- Children and Youth Exposed to Violence Grant Program [Department of Justice]
- Childhood Immunization Act
- Childcare Licensing
- Children of All Nations [CAN]
- Children with Disabilities
- Children with Severe Disabilities
- Children with Specific Learning Disabilities
- Children’s Health Insurance Program
- Children’s Product