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Anuak mission to danger by Bill Meyer

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Published by Perc Press in Walnut, CA .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Ethiopia.

Subjects:

  • Missions, Medical -- Ethiopia.,
  • Missionaries, Medical -- Ethiopia.,
  • Anuak (African people) -- Missions -- Ethiopia.,
  • Nuer (African people) -- Missions -- Ethiopia.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesWork of medical missionaries in deepest, darkest Africa
StatementBill Meyer.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsR722 .M49 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination309 p. :
Number of Pages309
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL706760M
ISBN 100965837726
LC Control Number97067718

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COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . I grew up among the Anuak people and spent 5 years at Pokwo and 2 years with the Nuer with refugees from Sudan. I know most of the missionaries mentioned and I am quite sure "Dr. Bensen" was my father who founded the Anuak Project. I found this book to be poorly written, with numerous inaccuracies. For example; we missionaries ate very well!1/5(1).   Anuak People of Ethiopia “Don’t Force Us to Leave Our Homelands” For more than years, the Anuak (pronounced AN-yu-ak) Indigenous people have lived along the banks of wide rivers that flow through Ethiopia’s Gambella region and join with the White Nile. In the fertile soil of the river valleys, Anuak people grow maize, sorghum, and Author: Kwekudee.   The Anuak are a Nilotic people who live in southwest Ethiopia and adjacent areas or southeast Sudan. In it was estimated that they numbe to 40,, of whom two-thirds were living in Ethiopia. Originally the Anuak lived on land near the Pibor and Sobat rivers south of Gambela and near the Adura and Mokwau rivers to the north. They were forced out of .

Anuak or Anywa is a Luo language which belongs to the western Nilotic branch of the Nilotic language is spoken primarily in the Western part of Ethiopia by the names for this language include: Anyuak, Anywa, Yambo, Jambo, Yembo, Bar, Burjin, Miroy, Moojanga, Nuro. Anuak, Päri, and Jur-Luwo comprise a dialect cluster. The most thorough description of Language family: Nilo-Saharan?, . Anuak is also known as Anyuak, Anywa, Anywak, Dho Anywaa, Jambo, Nuro, and Yambo. Listen here for free to the Bible in Anuak. Garbicha. A Changed Life Story and the Bible translations read for those recordings are individually protected by copyright as indicated on each book page. Audio recordings are protected by copyright unless. The Anuak's tend to not trust outsiders based on past experiences with the Ethiopian Government and the other tribal groups who share the same land; the Anuak Justice Council is an umbrella organization for the Anuak that advocates for non-violent solutions to alleged human rights abuses being perpetrated against the Anuak in the Gambela region. Anuak people. likes. The Anuak, also known as the Anyuak, Agnwak and Anywaa, are a Luo Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting parts of East Africa. The.

Process as a book with the title " The Political System of the Anuak of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan " (referred to in this article as " The Anuak.") In I found myself back in Anuakland in the S.A.D..F., and was able to make some further observations about their political system during a strenuous, if very minor, campaign. These observations were.   The Anuak are a tribal minority living as agriculturalists in the fertile Gambella region of southwest Ethiopia. In the Abyssinian Empire, many Anuak were made slaves and were taken to Addis Ababa and other towns where they worked as domestic servants and carriers. When the area came under British rule in the early twentieth century, slavery was abolished, . Soldiers raped several Anuak women, over four hundred Anuak houses were burned to the ground and huge numbers of civilians fled into the forest . Links to websites containing the Bible in Anuak sorted by popularity The Bible is translated into this language, but we do not know where you can obtain it. Sample text from the Anuak Bible.