Tag: Vietnam

The number of seminaries rises in Vietnam despite ongoing Christian persecution

It is estimated that Christians constitute up to seven per cent of the total Vietnamese population.

Nine hundred Christian families received immediate aid in Nepal

The coronavirus pandemic has hugely affected the Christian community of Nepal. Open Doors provided help to 900 Christians.

Vietnamese pastor released after four years in jail

Vietnam’s Communist government suspicious of Christianity, which it associates with former invaders, France and the US.

Vietnamese monks are the victims of a land-grab

The goal of these actions is expel the monks and leave the local Catholic community of 70,000 people without clergy.

Infrastructure plan to aid ethnic minority Christians is announced in Vietnam

For the Hmong and Montagnard Christians this plan comes as part of a recent positive trend for their statuses within Vietnam.

Monastery in Vietnam attacked for 'Land Grab Campaign'

Thugs also threatened to kill monks who tried to get in their way and tore apart tents the monks use as shelters

Open Doors partners harassed by authorities while delivering aid in Vietnam

“You are Christians and your God shall take care of your family! The government is not responsible of your families!”

Christians being denied food aid during COVID-19 pandemic

Christians often face ostracism, threats, torture and prison sentences in communist Vietnam.

Vietnam: human rights watchdog urges release of prisoners of conscience

According to the group's latest statistics, Vietnam’s communist regime is holding at least 240 prisoners of conscience.

Laos: Protestant pastor arrested during worship

The population of the Bru people is distributed between Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.