Project Bamiléké is an extensive research report by Alain Bouwa exploring the historical, socio-economic, anthropological and spiritual condition of Bamiléké villages of Cameroon. The report features a large number of maps, photos, and tables enabling readers to visualize the context of the Bamiléké people.
Project Bamiléké, summarizing the strategic research in many Bamiléké villages of Cameroon, represents a critically important step forward for the church in this country. The report carefully and fully describes the situation of the Bamiléké villages and is an important addition to the Church’s understanding of how best to minister here. More than being simply informational, this report communicates the kind of insights needed to mobilize many more workers for appropriate and effective mission service.
The full Project Bamiléké report is available in both French and English. It totals approximately 200 pages and is available for download as three PDF files: Part 1 - Historical and anthropological background; Part 2 - Social, political and religious aspects of society; and Part 3 - Christianity among the Bamiléké.
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Reverend Pastor Alain Bouwa is the leader of the Christian Missionary Center and founder of the missionary organization Mission BINAM. He is the author of the book Bamiléké Customs and Traditional Religion Versus the Gospel. Pastor Bouwa has a degree in computer science (ICPI from Lyon, France), is an alumnus of the HAGGAI INSTITUTE and serves as a GMI associate. He is married and has one daughter.
Contact Rev. Alain Bouwa at:
B.P. 659 Douala Cameroun
253 rue du marché New-Deido
Tel. (237) 99686777