Establishment of CIAI Centro Italiano per l’Adozione Internazionale (Italian Center for Inter-Country Adoptions)
CIAI is one of the founders of the Indian Association for the Promotion of Adoption
CIAI organises the 1st World Conference “Adoption and Family Foster Care”
CIAI starts its first solidarity project: a medical centre to assist birth and gestation for women with problems in Ullal (India)
For the International Year of the Children, CIAI organises the National Meeting on Inter-Country Adoption in Milan
CIAI is acknowledged as a Non Profit Organisation
CIAI is authorized to carry out international adoptions in 14 Countries
CIAI organises the conference “Children sponsorship – A bridge between two cultures”
CIAI organises the 2nd World Conference on Inter-country Adoption in Milan
CIAI, together with other European Associations involved in Inter- Country Adoptions, founds Euradopt
CIAI represents Euradopt during the meetings in The Hague, where the “Convention on the Protection of Children and Cooperation in Respect of the Inter-Country Adoption” was issued
CIAI changes its name to the Italian Association for Aid to Children
CIAI is acknowledged as a Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
CIAI opens a centre in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
CIAI opens a centre in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
CIAI opens a centre in Hanoi, Vietnam
CIAI and eight other authorised organizations form the coordination “Oltre l’adozione” “Beyond Adoption”.
CIAI is the first Italian NGO that submits, with positive results, its social report for verification to the external certification company – SGS Italia
CIAI is among the first five organizations to be able to confer upon itself the symbol of IID, Italian Institute of Donation , for correctness and transparency in fund management.
Together with two other associations CIAI founds CORESAD , a committee for the regulation of sponsorship programmes.
CIAI is one of the two associations in Italy authorized to intercountry adoption in China
CIAI opens a center in Abijan, Ivory Coast