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As of 2011 from the numbers presented from Russia at the UN states that, Russia has over 650,000 children who are registered orphans, 70% of which arrived in the orphanages in the 1990s. Of these, 370,000 are in state-run institutions while the others are either in foster care or have been adopted. Reports have ranged saying that between 66-95% of all of these children are considered social orphans, meaning that one or more of their birth parents are still alive.

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  • As of 2011 from the numbers presented from Russia at the UN states that, Russia has over 650,000 children who are registered orphans, 70% of which arrived in the orphanages in the 1990s. Of these, 370,000 are in state-run institutions while the others are either in foster care or have been adopted. Reports have ranged saying that between 66-95% of all of these children are considered social orphans, meaning that one or more of their birth parents are still alive.
  • Сиро́тство в Росси́и — социальное явление российского общества, характеризующееся наличием детей, временно или постоянно лишённых семейного окружения. Причинами сиротства могут послужить смерть двух или единственного родителей, отказ от ребёнка, лишение родительских прав вследствие отсутствия заботы о ребёнке с их стороны.
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  • As of 2011 from the numbers presented from Russia at the UN states that, Russia has over 650,000 children who are registered orphans, 70% of which arrived in the orphanages in the 1990s. Of these, 370,000 are in state-run institutions while the others are either in foster care or have been adopted. Reports have ranged saying that between 66-95% of all of these children are considered social orphans, meaning that one or more of their birth parents are still alive.
  • Сиро́тство в Росси́и — социальное явление российского общества, характеризующееся наличием детей, временно или постоянно лишённых семейного окружения. Причинами сиротства могут послужить смерть двух или единственного родителей, отказ от ребёнка, лишение родительских прав вследствие отсутствия заботы о ребёнке с их стороны. Согласно данным 2018 года, в Федеральном банке данных (ФБД) в России было зарегистрировано 47,8 тысяч людей. Численность детей-сирот и детей, оставшихся без попечения родителей, в возрасте до 18 лет (с учетом устроенных в семьи) по состоянию на 2018 год составляло 481 284 ребенка.
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