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Zulu women, domestic violence and Christian faith : does the church help or hinder the survivors?
This thesis focuses on the impact of domestic violence upon Zulu women, and the role that the Christian faith plays in both helping and hindering the survivors. Through an examination of the relationship between religion ...
Motivation and strategies for a holistic ministry to widows : the role of the Anglican Church in Nairobi, Kenya, in advocacy, counselling, empowerment and job creation.
In Kenya as elsewhere in Africa, women are economically deprived. This situation is exacerbated when a husband, who has been the sole bread winner, dies leaving his wife with no financial support to look after herself and ...
The concerns of rural and urban women with HIV/AIDS in Walvis Bay area : an effective models [sic] of pastoral care and counselling with particular focus on the theory of Howard Clinebell, as developed by David Switzer.
This thesis focuses on the concerns of rural and urban women living with HIV/AIDS in the Walvis Bay area. The development of effective pastoral care and counselling models in the study of Walvis Bay women is the approach ...
Breaking the silence surrounding rape : with special reference to the pastoral care and counselling among the Damara people living in Khorixas.
Many women today, irrespective of their colour, race, age or religion, are being raped and some brutally killed by their rapists. The rape crisis increases daily and that shows that women are not even safe in their homes ...