The constitution provides for freedom of religion, including through practice, worship, and education, and protects the right of individuals to change their religion. It prohibits discrimination based on religious practice. An antiblasphemy law is not enforced.
The government’s registration policy for religious groups regulates missionary work and labor permits and allows a religious group duty-free import privileges and exemption from some labor requirements. It also covers regulation of nondenominational and secular nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).
The public school curriculum includes Christian education; non-Christian students are not required to participate. The constitution grants religious groups the right to establish and maintain schools and provide religious instruction. There are private schools sponsored by the Catholic, Seventh-day Adventist, and Anglican churches.
The government prohibits the use of marijuana including for religious purposes.