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Author: Kevin Ward

in East Africa (particularly in Uganda and Rwanda) in the light of revivals in East Asia (particularly China and Korea). Evangelical revival movements in Africa and Asia can sometimes be portrayed as little more than clones of an Anglo-American phenomenon (in this case a tradition going back to the

In: Ecumenism and Independency in World Christianity
Author: Kevin Ward

in East Africa (particularly in Uganda and Rwanda) in the light of revivals in East Asia (particularly China and Korea). Evangelical revival movements in Africa and Asia can sometimes be portrayed as little more than clones of an Anglo-American phenomenon (in this case a tradition going back to the

In: Ecumenism and Independency in World Christianity

South Asian connection with East African coast goes a long way. One point that needs clarification at the outset is that immigration to East Africa has been generally from the South Asian subcontinent. However, these immigrants are broadly referred to as “Asians.” Therefore, in East Africa, the

In: Brill's Encyclopedia of Hinduism Online

AND Introduction A business environment creates opportunities and barriers to entrepreneur- ship and commercial progress. The East African business environment has generally been characterised as hindering, more than facilitating entrepre- neurial endeavours throughout most of the

In: African and Asian Studies
Author: Philip C. Aka

That assessment turned out to be precipitate. Uganda is a country in East Africa of about 39 million people as of 2015. 12 It is a country hemmed in by Kenya in the East, Rwanda in the West, Africa’s newest nation South Sudan in the North, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaïre) as

In: African and Asian Studies

between the Banias of Diu and of Mozambique, and, lastly, the adaptation of their experience and commercial techniques to the East African coast. As we know, historiography has long recognized the strategic importance of Diu and the experience of the Banias—Hindus and Jains—who from very ancient times

In: Asian Review of World Histories
Author: Gijsbert Oonk

South Asians in East Africa (1880-1920) with a Particular Focus on Zanzibar: Toward a Historical Explanation of Economic Success of a Middlemen Minority G IJSBERT O ONK * A BSTRACT The main object of this article is to falsify the common his- torical portrait of South Asians in Zanzibar and

In: African and Asian Studies

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/156921007X237007 Th e Magic Wand in Making Constitutions Endure in Africa: Anything (Lessons) to Learn from East Africa? Chris Maina Peter 1 Department of International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Dar es Salaam, P.O. Box 35093, Dar es

In: African and Asian Studies
Author: Andrea Montella

customs. As Mortimer Wheeler on August 22, 1955, stated, “The history of Oriental Africa was written by Chinese celadon”. 7 The East African Coast and Swahili Culture The East African Coast, also known as the Swahili Coast, stretches over 2,500 kilometres from Somalia to Mozambique, and from the

In: Ming Qing Yanjiu

entrepreneurs migrated from Gujarat and settled in the British colonies and protectorates of East Africa, South Africa, and the Portuguese colony of Mozambique during the second half of the nineteenth century. Under Aga Khan III’s guidance from 1893 onwards and continued through the twenty century, new ethics 3

In: African and Asian Studies