Hopeful for Change in Sri Lanka

With the defeat of Rajapaksa’s government in Sri Lanka’s presidential elections last week, religious minorities are hopeful of change and an increased freedom to worship. For the first time in Sri Lanka’s history, Muslims and Christians united in their political

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Myanmar

Myanmar continues to prepare for elections in a political scene that shows some signs of progress, and yet continues to struggle with real change.

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Tibet

Tibet is best known for the Dalai Lama, and yet it is a nation of desperate spiritual poverty.

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Cambodia

Cambodia faces many struggles as it continues to rebuild life after its many years under despotic rule.

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Bhutan: Church

The small church in Bhutan is facing pressures from the government as it restricts rights and freedoms.

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Cambodia: Orphans, more than a business

Orphanages have provided essential care and support for children in Cambodia over many years. However, today the story is different. Orphanages are not needed in the way they once were, but can ministries change and respond to today’s needs.

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Mongolia: Urban poor

Despite rapid economic growth, Mongolia is facing a new crisis among the urban poor. With rapid urbanisation, but poor use of resources by the government, the poor are being marginalised in their society.

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Tibetans in Nepal

The crackdown of the Chinese government on Tibet led many to flee, and there are pockets of Tibetans in many countries including Nepal.

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