Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a difficult country to live in. Life is hard. The gospel is making some inroads, but the country cries out for concerted prayer for a breakthrough.

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Religious freedom in Tajikistan

The Tajikistani Constitution guarantees religious freedom; however, this is not always acknowledged by the national and local governments. Although there is no official state religion, the government recognizes Muslim holidays.

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Tajikistan

An almost forgotten land, Tajikistan needs compassion through our prayers at this time.

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Tajikistan

Freedom of religion exists in Tajikistan, but barely. Religious teaching, publishing and proselytism are very difficult if not illegal. Registering churches is also very difficult.

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Tajikistan

Bordering Afghanistan and China, Tajikistan is the poorest nation of the region. Much income comes from men working in Russia but food and fuel are still donated by aid agencies.

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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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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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The risks for Central Asia after the Afghan Pullout

The anticipated pullout of troops from Afghanistan will have a significant, even severe, political, social, economic and religious impact on Central Asia. The return of those who have fought alongside the Taliban, the expected increase in the flow of drugs

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