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Sustaining life : a theological vision for the diversification of the copperbelt's economy.
Since independence in 1964, Zambia in general and the Copperbelt Province in particular have largely depended on the mono-economy based on copper mining. Around the 1970s the copper prices started falling causing the mining ...
Found a modern nation-state on Christian values? : a theological assessment of Zambian humanism.
Zambian humanism, a socialist ideology, was developed by Kenneth Kaunda, independent Zambia‟s first president. It was made the national philosophy and ideology of Zambia in April 1967. The ideology was composed of a ...
Women, poverty and livelihoods : development strategies for the Zambia Baptist Association in Ndola, Zambia.
This dissertation seeks to address the issue of women, poverty and livelihoods in Ndola and how the Zambia Baptist Association, (the Z.B.A.) could implement development strategies in response to this problem. Through my ...
The impact of faith-healing Pentecostal churches on health and well-being among health-seekers in Ndola, Zambia.
This study, which lies within the ARHAP ongoing research on the interface between religion and public health, examined the impact of Faith-Healing Pentecostal Churches on health and well-being among health-seekers in Ndola, ...
Local churches and health : an examination of four local churches' contribution to direct health outcomes on the Copperbelt Province of Zambia.
The research explores and examines the relationship that exists between religion and health. Four church health related activities were examined as case studies to assert their direct and indirect contribution to health ...