WOMEN IN Namibia

by Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
with Joan Pope (editor), June Kjome, Dan Olson, Debra Illingworth Greene, Naomi Linnel, Heike Becker, Rev. Sandra Kennedy
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Fall 1994
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Nations
Language: English
The newsletter discusses Rev. Wilhermina Shikomba, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia (ELCAIN), Pastor Magdalena yaShalongo, AIDS, Nashilongo Elago Shivute, President Sam Nujoma, the Women's Affairs Department, Wittenburg College in Ohio, Selma Shejavali, Women to Women, the Council of Churches in Namibia (CNN), Michela Huebschle, SWAPO, Morris Isaacson School in Soweto. President Nelson Mandela, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in South Africa (ELCSA), Oshigambo High School, St. Paul's College, George Washington University, the Women of the ELCA, the South African Defence Force (SADF), Augustana College, Creighton University, the Lutheran Medical Mission, exile, armed struggle, Mrs. Johanna Frederik, the Rev. Hendrik Frederik, Wartburg Seminary, apartheid, and the World Health Organization. Contents: Namibia in 1994 • Pentecost came early to South Africa • From "Doing Mission" to "Being in Mission" • PIONEERS AMONG US Sarti Mwatilifange • PIONEERS AMONG US Marianne Amwaalwa • Does independence mean emancipation? • A bus for the Women of ELCIN • No status quo for Namibian women • Books for Namibia
Used by permission of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Collection: Solveig Kjeseth Southern Africa Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections