Dowry Payment for Marriage as a Religious and Cultural Practice in Africa – Its positive and negative impact on women and society
On the 8th of May 2015, IFAGE International, in partnership with The Anglican Diocese of Bondo and Bishop Okullu College of Theology, hosted a public lecture on “Dowry Payment for Marriage as a Religious and Cultural practice in Africa – Its positive and negative impact on Women and Society” at The St. Michael and All Angels’ Cathedral in Bondo, Kenya.
Below are links to papers presented during the public lecture.
Positive Consequences of Dowry Payment on Women and the General Society -By The Rt. Rev. Johannes Angela, Bishop , ACK Diocese of Bondo, Kenya
Implication of Dowry on Burial Disputes – By Charles A. O. Oduke, Senior Lecturer of Religion and Philosophy at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, Bondo, Kenya
The Negative Consequences of Dowry Payment on Women and General Society – By Rev. Dr. Emily Onyango, St. Paul’s University