Stambach's careful research and responsible interpretation show on every page. Stambach provides rich description and cultural insight from a sophisticated anthropological perspective and a career of fieldwork in East Africa. Weidman, Comparative Education Review. Gittins, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
On a highly fluid, truly transnational terrain, new visions of sociality and civics are taking shape. There is simply nothing like this in the library of works on missionization in Africa.
The complexity of development work in East Africa, and America's role in ushering in this work, are highlighted in this truly global look at the drama of universal human salvation today. Faith in Schools.
Gender Equality Volunteer Gender inequality is one of the biggest problems of the modern world and although we have collectively made huge progress in this area; there are lots of communities and countries facing terrible issues where girls are clearly at a disadvantage and with fewer opportunities. Join a sustainable and impactful project on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro that is looking to uplift a whole community by working side by side with all of its members, from children to youth, adults and elders!
Enjoy a true cultural exchange experience while spending time living on the lands of the iconic Maasai Tribe and learn from their culture and traditions. You will work with teenage boys and girls in secondary schools, helping to bridge the gender gap and include both sexes in the conversation around gender equality.
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You may get involved in English language programs, or health workshops that cover adolescent, menstrual, sexual, reproductive or HIV health issues, as well as family planning. This ensures children are more informed and able to make better choices as they grow up. By discussing how these issues affect both girls and boys in this under-resourced community. Volunteers are essential not only in delivering the lessons but also in planning new income generation schemes for the group that will allow them to grow and become role models and agents of change for other girls and women in their community.
Volunteers will also be involved in our literacy and social development program which focuses on empowering the community through improving literacy and exploring social issues to build self-confidence. We also aim to improve their level of Enligh, CV writing and interview training so to help them land a job in the booming tourism sector in the Kilimanjaro Region.
You will help conduct programs that focus on English language, gender equality, sexual and general health issues and run fun discussion forums and workshops. Learn more about Moshi Town, Kilimanjaro. Web Site. Enquire about this project.
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Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. In this pioneering study, historian Andreana Prichard presents an intimate history of a single mission organization, the Universities' Mission to Central Africa UMCA , told through the rich personal stories of a group of female African lay evangelists. Founded by British Anglican missionaries in the s, the UMCA worked among refugees from the Indian Ocean slave trade on Zanzibar and among disparate communities on the adjacent Tanzanian mainland.
Prichard illustrates how the mission's unique theology and the demographics of its adherents produced cohorts of African Christian women who, in the face of linguistic and cultural dissimilarity, used the daily performance of a certain set of "civilized" Christian values and affective relationships to evangelize to new inquirers.
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The UMCA's "sisters in spirit" ultimately forged a united spiritual community that spanned discontiguous mission stations across Tanzania and Zanzibar, incorporated diverse ethnolinguistic communities, and transcended generations. Focusing on the emotional and personal dimensions of their lives and on the relationships of affective spirituality that grew up among them, Prichard tells stories that are vital to our understanding of Tanzanian history, the history of religion and Christian missions in Africa, the development of cultural nationalisms, and the intellectual histories of African women.
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