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Nepal’s religious minorities are preparing for the country’s adoption of a new constitution with a vigorous campaign against religious discrimination.
Faith-based agencies and philanthropic organisations involved in Nepal expect a wider role by 2015, after long term involvement in refugee work.
Competition for cheap doctors from health-rich nations, including Britain, is threatening the future of one of the world’s poorest countries.
Christian NGOs are asking the new Nepalese government to finalise a new constitution by May and guarantee the rights of Christians.
As Nepal prepares to conduct its ten yearly census, the country's growing Christian community plans to count its own members this year.
Christians have held their first public vigil in the Nepalese capital to pressure the government into implementing a new, secular constitution within a stipulated deadline.
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