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Nepal

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Author(s): Jan Niklas Klein
I. Social Facts The Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal has a population of approximately 27 million characterized by a diverse society, consis…

Maldives

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Author(s): Jan Niklas Klein
I. Social Facts The Republic of the Maldives is an island nation located in the Indian Ocean/Arabian Sea area. It includes more than thousand islands with Malé being the most populated island and the capital of the archipelago. The census of 2006 reported a population of 298,968; current statistics assume a total population of over 390,000 spread across the islands. More than 100,000 people are non-national temporary immigrants, mostly from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India, and Pakistan. Islam is the official state religion of Maldives and every citizen is legally required …

Singapore

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Author(s): Jan Niklas Klein
I. Social Facts The Republic of Singapore is an island nation in Southeast Asia. It is an independent city-state with an estimated population of 5.4 million. Singapore has no state religion and is considered to be a secular state. The ethnic composition of the resident population is 74.2% ethnic Chinese, 13.3% ethnic Malay, and 9.1% ethnic Indian. According to the 2010 Census, 33.3% of the population adheres to Buddhism, followed by 18.3% of the population being affiliated with Christianity. The Mu…

Trinidad and Tobago

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Author(s): Jan Niklas Klein
I. Social Facts The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is an island nation located between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. It is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious country with an estimated population of 1.3 million. Because of Spanish colonization and the country’s history of the slave trade, the population is very largely Christian and is comprised of descendants of indentured workers/slaves from India (Indo-Trinidadians) and Africa (Afro-Trinidadian and Tobagonians). According to th…