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Japan, East Asia
Population: 126,920,000
Chief of State: Emperor Akihito
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Shinzō Abe
Christians: 2.2%
Evangelical Christians: 0.6%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism (Shintoism)
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 84.74 Years
Literacy Rate: 99%
Population Below Poverty Line: 16%
Refugees Living in Japan: 12,491

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For a second year in a row, Japan was included in the top tier of nations who do well to meet the minimum standards for eliminating human trafficking. The Japanese government increased labor inspections, increasing the likelihood of employment irregularities being detected. They also increased the number of people jailed for trafficking related offenses. Praise God for this ongoing progress in Japan.

Pray that they might be a positive example in the Asia region, sharing their experience and knowledge with other nations (The Bible, Philippians 4:9).

Japan fares well in U.S. report on human trafficking (Kyodo News)

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Japan, East Asia
Population: 126,920,000
Chief of State: Emperor Akihito
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Shinzō Abe
Christians: 2.2%
Evangelical Christians: 0.6%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism (Shintoism)
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 84.74 Years
Literacy Rate: 99%
Population Below Poverty Line: 16%
Refugees Living in Japan: 12,491

Pray4Japan Facebook Page

For a second year in a row, Japan was included in the top tier of nations who do well to meet the minimum standards for eliminating human trafficking. The Japanese government increased labor inspections, increasing the likelihood of employment irregularities being detected. They also increased the number of people jailed for trafficking related offenses. Praise God for this ongoing progress in Japan.

Pray that they might be a positive example in the Asia region, sharing their experience and knowledge with other nations (The Bible, Philippians 4:9).

Japan fares well in U.S. report on human trafficking (Kyodo News)