Jobs for Christians in Iran

When Muslims become Christians, they can easily lose their jobs because of their new faith. Difficulty in finding jobs can force many to decide to leave the country.

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Tajikistan: Law on domestic violence

Tajikistan has had no laws to protect women who are victims of violence. Women have been offered neither protection or justice. The lower house of the parliament has passed a bill that may change that situation.

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The people of North Korea

North Korean Christians are asking us to stand with them in prayer in the ongoing persecution they face in their country. The situation is desperate at every level of life for most North Koreans, with extra pressures for those who

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Tajikistan: Poverty encourages early marriages

Tajikistan’s widespread poverty is a major cause of early marriage in the country, according to a report by the Eurasia Foundation. In rural families, boys become the main breadwinners and girls are often considered financial burdens.

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Children in Bangladesh

There are over 60 million children in Bangladesh. Although Bangladesh has a stable and growing economy, half of these children continue to live below the international poverty line. There are 19 million children under the age of five in Bangladesh;

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Families in China

The rapid pace of social and economic change in China in recent decades has had a profound impact on families. While income levels have gone up steadily, divorce rates have also skyrocketed, new generation gaps have opened up between children,

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