Christians in Iran

While there is cause to rejoice as some of those held in prison in Iran because of their faith, the plight of Christians continues to call God’s people around the world to stand with those who suffer for their faith.

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Millions caught in poverty

More than one billion people on the planet live in extreme poverty, surviving on less than one dollar a day. Every year six million children die from malnutrition before they are five years old. These and other statistics pose a

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Nepal’s trafficked women

Most girls who are trafficked are from very poor families from villages where they or their families are lured by false marriages, or the promises of employment or education. The problem of trafficked women in Nepal is huge, and a

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Nepal: the challenges for women in pregnancy

Women in Nepal do the lion’s share of agricultural work, and it’s common for them to continue working in the fields throughout pregnancy. But this can seriously affect their health, and that of their unborn child.

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Orphans in Afghanistan

t has been estimated that there are over 28,000 orphans and children living on the streets in Kabul, a figure that is sure to double when one takes the whole country into the equation. No one is really sure how

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Tajiks of Afghanistan

The Tajiks are believed to be the original Persian population of Afghanistan and Central Asia. They speak the Dari language, which was spoken by King Darius, mentioned in the book of Daniel. Today, more than 5 million Tajiks live in

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Bedouins in the Middle East

It is believed that one-tenth of the Middle East is made up of Bedouins. Today, Bedouins face tremendous challenges. Their traditional tribal culture is often mixed with modern practices.

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