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Seventh-Day Adventist Contributions to East Africa, 1903-1983

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Baldur Pfeiffer

The Seventh-day Adventist Church initiated its mission activities in East Africa in 1903. Sending missionaries mainly from Germany, England, and Scandinavia, European Adventists began a long and rich mission tradition in the region. Not only in religion but also in the fields of education, health, literacy, medicine, and social affairs important contributions have been made. The subject presented gives some interesting insights into modern missiology.
Contents: The coming of the mission to East Africa - Contributions to Tanzania, Kenya, and Ethiopia - Medical contributions to East Africa - Henri Monnier, missionary to Rwanda - The mission and the future of East Africa.