National Association Iskra

National Association Iskra is a non-profit association registered for the for the purpose of carrying out activities for social benefit.

The Organization is accredited for mediation in intercountry adoptions. The Association provides services to citizens of Greece and the USA.

Licenses

Iskra has a license to perform mediation activities in international adoptions issued by the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Bulgaria.

License issued by the Ministry of Justice No 148 of May 11, 2015, valid until May 11, 2020, which enables the association to provide services to citizens of the USA and Greece.

Our Team

President of the Board: attorney Ivan Davidov
Secretary: Milena Davidova
Board Member: attorney Stanimir Kachulev
Technical secretary: Miss Lillia Dineva
Technical assistant: Mrs. Gergana Vuchkova

Office Manager: Samuil Spasov

The Association has a team of jurists, a pediatrician, a psychologist and translators with more than 10 years of experience. All our specialists are very well experienced in the field of intercountry adoptions.

  • National Association Iskra

Our objectives are

  • To support the protection of children’s rights and interests in cooperation with the competent state authorities in the Republic of Bulgaria, the municipalities and other NGOs, by development of projects and programs for assistance to institutionalized children, charity, information campaigns, trainings of prospective adoptive parents, seminars, etc.
  • To render assistance to prospective adoptive parents who citizens of a foreign country and who wish to adopt a child from the Republic of Bulgaria.
  • To conduct concrete adoption procedures and represent the interests of the prospective adoptive parents before all the competent state authorities and courts of the Republic of Bulgaria.
  • To organize and coordinate the efforts of Bulgarian and foreign organizations and citizens for rendering material and moral assistance and support to orphaned children raised in specialized state institutions.
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