ASMA Society

ASMA Society

In April we had a visit from Sabeeha Rehman and Daisy Khan from the ASMA Society. ASMA Society is a New-York based nonprofit organization whose mission is to elevate the discourse on Islam and foster environments in which Muslims thrive.  Their women’s Shura Council has recently published a paper focused entirely on Islam and Adoption, which we found both instructive and fascinating.

Both Spence-Chapin and the ASMA Society were delighted to see how our goals coincide, and we are thrilled to partner with this organization to learn more about their work, educate them about ours, and recruit families to adopt children in Morocco.

 

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Morocco Program Update - February 2012

Spence-Chapin’s Morocco Pilot Program has officially launched and we are delighted to have our first 2 pioneer families beginning the home study process with us at this time!  We are enormously excited about the potential of this program to match Moroccan children with Muslim families here in the United States, and we are looking forward to learning the nuances of the overseas process with the help of our pioneers.  Our outreach efforts continue full-force as we look to expand our group of pioneer families.  We are particularly eager to connect with families who may be interested in adopting toddlers and older children from Morocco in addition to the young infants available in this program. We are particularly enthusiastic about our collaboration with the ASMA Society, a New-York based nonprofit organization whose mission is to elevate the discourse on Islam and foster environments in which Muslims thrive.  Their women’s Shura Council has recently published a paper focused entirely on Islam and Adoption, which we found both instructive and fascinating.  Both Spence-Chapin and the ASMA Society were delighted to see how our goals coincide, and we are thrilled to partner with this organization to learn more about their work, educate them about ours, and recruit families to adopt children in Morocco.