The Spirit of Development: Protestant NGOs, Morality, and Economics in Zimbabwe

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APPENDIX 1

Interviews, Groups Discussions, and Events

Single-person interviews and group discussions are noted as such. Interviews with individuals are listed by organization and by the individual's position within the organization. Events include workshops, training sessions, and fundraising events.


CHRISTIAN CARE

Christian Care Zimbabwe, Harare Regional Office

Administrative Secretary, Harare, July 4, 1997.

Agritex and Ministry of Agriculture Meeting (group discussion), Hurungwe, March 19, 1997.

Field Officer, Mashonaland West, Harare, November 19, 1996.

Field Officer, Mashonaland East, Harare, April 14, 1997.

Field Officer, Mashonaland East, West and Central, Harare, April 16, 1997.

Field Worker and Consultant, Harare, June 28, 1997.

Hurungwe Food Production and Storage Community Development Projects (group interviews), Hurungwe, March 19, 1997.

Kariba Fishing Cooperative Community Meeting (annual meeting), Kariba, March 18, 1997.

Mudzi Supplementary Feeding Program (group interviews), Mashonaland East, February 19, 1997.

Musengezi Resettlement Scheme and Community Development Project Community Meeting (group discussion), Hurungwe, August 19, 1997.

Recipient of Aid, Harare, December 9, 1996.

Regional Committee Chairman and Director of Zimbabwe Ecumenical Church Loan Fund (ZECLOF), Harare, July 31, 1997.

Regional Committee Meeting (group discussion), Harare, July 10, 1997.

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