Church and State in Tanzania: Aspects of Changing Relationships, 1961-1994

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ABBREVIATIONS
AACCAll Africa Conference of Churches
ACAnglican Church
AFERAfrican Ecclesiastical Review
AKFAga Khan Foundation
AMECEAAssociation of the Members of the Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa
AMNUTAll Muslim National Union of Tanganyika
AoGAssemblies of God
ASPAfro Shirazi Party
BAKWATABaraza Kuu la Waislamu Tanzania/Supreme Muslim Council in Tanzania
BMBBerliner Missionsberichte
BNCMBig November Crusade Ministries
CCMChama Cha Mapinduzi/Party of the Revolution
CCTChristian Council of Tanganyika/Christian Council of Tanzania
CCT-DDSCCT – Department for Development Services
CCT-WAMA. CCT – Wakana wa Makanisa (CCT-Department for Finance)
CHIEACatholic Higher Institute of Eastern Africa
CMSChurch Missionary Society
CMBTChristian Medical Board of Tanzania
CSICCentre for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relationship (Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham)
Dienste in Ubersee (Exchange Agency of the Ev.- Lutheran Church in Germany)
EACEast African Community
EAMWSEast African Muslim Welfare Society
EATWOTEcumenical Association of Third World Theologians
ECLOFEcumenical Church Loan Fund
ELCTEvangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania
EMWEvangelisches Missionswerk, Hamburg
EZEEvangelische Zentralstelle fur Entwicklungshilfe
FELCTFederation of Evangelical Lutheran Churches in Tanganyika
GKKEGemeinsame Konferenz Kirche und Entwicklung
GSFGood Samaritan Foundation
KCMCKilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre

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