Mother Teresa’s Charity in India Regains Access to Foreign Funding After Ban

Lavern Vogel

NEW DELHI—India’s governing administration has restored approval for a Christian missionary team launched by the late Mom Teresa to receive international funding, two months immediately after refusing that authorization on Xmas Day.

India’s Ministry of House Affairs did not say what prompted the reversal. It had beforehand said that it discovered unspecified “adverse inputs” when renewing the Missionaries of Charity’s software and that the team no longer met eligibility demands less than the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act.

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