In Bhutan, No Father Means No Fatherland
By Vishal Arora
Bhutan, a tiny nation of about 750,000 people known for its policy of gross national happiness, has thousands of fatherless children. Abandoned by their fathers, these children endure financial hardships, and a secure future is elusive because Bhutan requires the legal identity of a child’s father before granting him or her citizenship rights.
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