Ironically, several months ago I had almost committed to donating $5 from each paycheck to one of the U.S.-sponsored agencies under fire for alleged abuses. It was listed in a booklet of available charities, and I chose it randomly, but I picked something else after researching it and finding news stories about it.
This reminds me of the church group that went to Haiti and collected children for adoption without the proper safeguards and legalities. Though they are probably unrelated, there appears to be a large gray market for U.S. adoptions of foreign children that treats children as a commodity, with agencies taking no more care of how children are placed than smugglers do with exotic pets. Animal welfare agencies take better care with their placements.
Associated Press article.