Angola A to Z

Angola A to Z

1975 - 2015 - Angola A to Z

1975-2015 - Angola from A to Z, written by Daniel Ribant, Founder and President of EFFA.
The book covers multiple aspects of Angola history for the past 40 years.
All revenues revert to EFFA and our campaigns in Angola.
Originally published in French language it will be also translated into Portuguese.

It can be acquired online in Amazon or in Armattan.

Angola A to Z

Daniel Ribant - Angola A to Z

1975-2015. Forty years after being released from the the longest history of colonization, Angola rebuilts at a sustained pace. A huge task for this central African country which is "offered" a civil war of twenty-seven years in the extension of its struggle for independence.
Designed as a primer, the book proposes to cover multiple aspects of an unknown and complex country, too often summarized to its major mineral components, oil and diamond. Its reality is discovered from reading the 76 subject thematics carefully chosen by the author in order to highlight the peculiarities of the country, the constraints of history, particularly heavy, and the challenges it faces.

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Square Marguerite 14, Box 6, B-1000
Brussels, Belgium
Email : info-be@effaangola.org
Contact: Daniel Ribant, President & Founder. Phone: (+32)474268867

Condomínio Morro Bento, Casa 4, Estrada da Samba, Luanda, Angola
Email : info-ao@effaangola.org
Contact: Carlos Vaz, Country Representative. Phone: (+244)937488107
Ana Macieira, Protocol & Operational Manager. Phone: (+244) 935518441

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