This is from the US Department of State. No explanation of Gladney’s recent boot from Honduras, but they’re back now. The only possible explanation I’ve heard, and my source didn’t have any documentation, is that the problem may have been administrative.
Messages for U.S. Citizens in 2012
February 17, 2012
Reinstatement of U.S. Adoption Agency by IHNFA (Instituto Hondureño de la Niñez y la Familia)
The U.S. Embassy in Honduras informs citizens that the Instituto Hondureño de la Niñez y la Familia (IHNFA ) recently reinstated U.S. adoption agency Gladney Center for Adoption, per IHNFA’s resolution SG-009-2012. This message updates the prior Message for U.S. citizens published on January 30, 2012. Gladney Center for Adoption is now accredited by IHNFA and is approved to process adoptions for families in Honduras.
The Embassy continues to monitor the adoption situation in Honduras and will update U.S. citizens accordingly. Meanwhile, we recommended that families who have not finalized adoptions contact IHNFA directly at at 011-504-2235-3565 to be sure their applications are handled by an accredited adoption agency.
Yes. That’s the problem with Gladney. We’ll never know, and they’ll never tell, why they were kicked out or why they got back in. Money and power have their privileges when it comes to keeping secrets.