Women in Afghanistan: Maternal Welfare

Changing the fate of women in childbirth means changing so much of life in remote areas of Afghanistan. The resource rich countries have a responsibility to share its resources with these women whose lives are lived under the fear of

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Literacy among women in Bhutan

Teach a women to read and you can teach a nation and set in motion development and change. While the Bhutan government is committed to eradicating literacy, there remain deep needs to reach this nation, particularly for its women.

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Men women and children caught in forced labour

Forced labour is any work or services which people are forced to do against their will under the threat of some form punishment. Almost all slavery practices, including trafficking in people and bonded labour, contain some element of forced labour.

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Bonded Labourers

Bonded labour – or debt bondage – is probably the least known form of slavery today, and yet it is the most widely used method of enslaving people. In South Asia it is rooted in the caste system and flourishes

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20.9 Million men, women and children in slavery

Millions of men, women and children around the world are forced to lead lives as slaves. Although this exploitation is often not called slavery, the conditions are the same. People are sold like objects, forced to work for little or

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Muslims in Ramadan 10

Women in Muslim nations are often marginalised and outside of the frame of the gospel. Pray for Muslim women to have dreams and visions and to meet Christians who will love them unconditionally.

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