Difference between revisions of "Nepal"

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*Western use of Nepalese surrogacy services entered the news and received some criticism following Nepal’s April 25, 2015 earthquake. After the earthquake, Israel sent planes to evacuate babies contracted by Israeli couples and born to surrogate mothers in Nepal, leaving the surrogates behind often without adequate medical care.<ref name=Debra>Kamin, Debra. "[http://time.com/3838319/israel-nepal-surrogates/ Israel Evacuates Surrogate Babies from Israel But Leaves the Mothers Behind].” ''Time'', April 28, 2015.</ref>  
 
*Western use of Nepalese surrogacy services entered the news and received some criticism following Nepal’s April 25, 2015 earthquake. After the earthquake, Israel sent planes to evacuate babies contracted by Israeli couples and born to surrogate mothers in Nepal, leaving the surrogates behind often without adequate medical care.<ref name=Debra>Kamin, Debra. "[http://time.com/3838319/israel-nepal-surrogates/ Israel Evacuates Surrogate Babies from Israel But Leaves the Mothers Behind].” ''Time'', April 28, 2015.</ref>  
  
** In October 2015, three weeks after the country’s Supreme Court issued an interim order to halt surrogacy in Nepal, a meeting of government ministers decided to ban surrogacy altogether.
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* In October 2015, three weeks after the country’s Supreme Court issued an interim order to halt surrogacy in Nepal, a meeting of government ministers decided to ban surrogacy altogether.
 
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