WOMEN IN Namibia

by Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
with Joan Pope (editor), Judith Ann Diers, Solveig Kjeseth, Naomi Linnell, Nangula Kathindi, Julia Iilonga, Joan Gerig
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Fall 1995
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Namibia
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Nations
Language: English
Contents: Namibia on my mind • Women of the ELCA grants • All Lutheran Women's Conference • Update on dental student • Annual Ecumenical Women's Conference • Teacher interns at the United Nations • We've got hope! • Progress in childhood education • The newsletter discusses St. Paul's Church, the divestment campaign at St. Olaf College, Katutura township, bulldozed houses, the border village of Engela, Andreas Kukuri Centre, Ekamba Parish, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Republic of Namibia (ELCRN), the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia (ELCIN), the Council of Churches Women's Desk, the Oshiko Women's Group, Women in Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia, leadership development, empowerment, Reinhardt Keding, Ms. Bience Gawanas, the Law Reform and Development Commission, Swakopmund, Keetmanshoop, the Lutheran World Federation, human rights, discrimination, the Namibian Constitution, Mariana Amwaala, Creighton University Dental College, Okatana Catholic Church Mission, Council of Churches in Namibia (CCN), the Anglican Diocese of Namibia, the Roman Catholic Church, the Ecumenical Decade of Churches in Solidarity with Women, education of children, women's rights, the UN Transitional Assistance Group (UNTAG), the General Assembly, the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Southern Africa Network of the ELCA, Pastor Caroline Mhlongo, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Southern Africa, Pastor Aino Kapewongolo, Katutura Early Education Course (KEEC), and the Preparatory Committee for the World Summit for Social Development.
Used by permission of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.