Doing Development the Islamic Way in Contemporary Niger

@inproceedings{Sounaye2011DoingDT,
  title={Doing Development the Islamic Way in Contemporary Niger},
  author={Abdoulaye Sounaye},
  year={2011}
}
The rare literature on Islam in Niger that has addressed the contribution of Islamic organizations to the broad domain of development, has most often focused on the controversies involving these organizations, their elite entrepreneurs on one side, and state officials on the other side. Criticism and rejection have not been the only attitudes toward state-sponsored initiatives. Participation has also been a pattern of these interactions. Whether with family planning or HIV/AIDs projects, ulama… Expand
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