Theology of Work and Poverty Alleviation in Mozambique


This publication seeks to determine the need, possibilities, and strategies, necessary to alleviate urban poverty in Mozambique through the tool of transformational business, understood out of a Contextual Theology of Work (CTOW). Focusing on the Maputo metropolitan area, but also wider contexts, the author examines the dynamic relationship of urban poverty, unemployment and work.

About the Author

XAVIER MASSINGUE, a native of Mozambique, holds a DTL from Bakke Graduate University, Seattle. He is currently the Coordinator for Church Development and Spiritual Transformation Groups at World Relief in Mozambique. Prior to this he has worked with OMS in South Africa and Mozambique coordinating church planting initiatives and also served with Bible League as their National Director. Xavier and his wife Marta have been married for 23 years and live in Chokwe, Mozambique.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781907713651

Category: Academic

Region: World

Publishing Date: 2014-01-14

Number of pages: 176


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