This volume deals with the origins and rise of Christian pilgrimage cults in late antique Egypt. In addition, it includes illustrations of the Abu Mina site, pilgrims' ampules from the Thecla shrine, as well as several maps.
Equatorial Guinea again scored poorly on the International Budget Partnership’s Open Budget Survey 2012, reflecting the inability of its citizens to participate in or monitor the country’s budget decisions.
Marcelo Giugale, the World Bank's Director of Economic Policy and Poverty Reduction Programs for Africa, offers a combination of measures that every government should have in place to help citizens get a good deal from their resources.
International Court of Justice decision delimiting the boundary from Lake Chad, through the Bakkasi Peninsula, and in the adjacent maritime area.
Papers document William and Sarah Dager's experiences as missionaries in West Africa, 1909-1916 and include correspondence, personal reports, photographs, clippings, and miscellaneous items. Of particular value are undated, and presumably unpublished, manuscripts which reflect their observations on West African life and culture.
The relationship between ʺHispanidadʺ and ʺGuineidadʺ is discussed at length by Constantino in Portraits of ʺHispanidadʺ. The author observes that ʺit is necessary and unavoidable to distinguish the indigenous reality of the tribes with Hispanic elementsʺ.
Exploitation of gorillas Gorilla gorilla gorilla savage & Wyman 1847 in Rio Muni, Republic of Equatorial Guinea, West Africa
The gorillas of Rio Muni have been very heavily exploited in order to obtain specimens for zoological parks and research centres. During 30 months (September 1966 to February 1969) 34 young gorillas were shown to have been captured in Rio Muni: This figure was increased by 29 which were killed in the process of capturing the young; thus 63 were verified as having been eliminated from the wild during that time.
Surveys the culture, history, and contemporary life of the Fang people of Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Cameroon.
A physician from Spain devotes his life to treating patients in a small village in Africa. Despite the lack of modern medical equipment and personal amenities, he finds satisfaction in caring for patients who would otherwise go without medical treatment.
The objective of this book is to highlight the important role of NTFP in the well being of millions of Africans, and to bring African governments to work together towards securing the access and property rights of population. It overviews CIFOR which has initiated the project on world comparison of NTFP.
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