The Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs (KIHASA), a research institute for developing and shaping policy under the Prime Minister’s Office, is conducting a survey on overseas Korean adoptees. The purpose of this survey is to investigate the current status of overseas adult Korean adoptees in order to evaluate and better meet their post adoption service needs. This project is funded by the Ministry of Health and Welfare of the Republic of Korea.
This survey is open to all overseas Korean adoptees and adoptive parents. The questionnaire is in three types: one for adult Korean adoptees (aged 18 years or older), one for teenagers (aged 13~18) and one for Adoptive parents with child(ren) under 12. The survey will take approximately 20~30 minutes to complete.
As a token of appreciation, everyone who completes the survey will be entered in a raffle to win a round-trip plane ticket to Korea (worth 3,000 USD – the first prize for one person) or Korean drama DVDs (the second prize for 5 people). In addition, the two adoption organizations with the most participation are going to receive 500 USD, and the five adoption organizations with the second highest participation will receive Korean drama DVDs.
The online survey address is http://survey.hri87.com/z130093_ado
The survey is due on November 22, 2013.
*Please make sure to note your affiliation with AKA SoCal!*
The main findings of this survey will be published in English and Korean for the public to view. You will be able to check and download the survey report HERE
Thank you for taking the time to participate!