|
   
SEARCH
SEARCH ACROSS ALL COLLECTIONS
BROWSE COLLECTIONS
FINDING AIDS
 
TRUTH & RECONCILIATION COMMISSION (TRC) PROJECT
You are here: Collections Database/ collections
Inventory for AG3303 
Collection Index:ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION IN AFRICA (ASWEA) Papers, 1971-1989
Collection Name:ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION IN AFRICA (ASWEA) PAPERS, 1971-1989
AG3303 ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION IN AFRICA (ASWEA) Papers, 1971-1989   
    
 Copyright 2010, Historical Papers, The Library, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa   
    
 The collection contains documents originating from the work of the Association for Social Work Education in Africa (ASWEA), being reports of the seminars of ASWEA that were published between 1971-1989, and a booklet explaining the historical background, objectives, governing body, functions and activities of ASWEA.   
 6 hardcopy volumes, Final Report, 1 DVD   
    
 BACKGROUND   
    
 The Association for Social Work Education in Africa (ASWEA) was organised in 1971 as a non-profit organisation dedicated to social work education in Africa. Between 1971 and 1989, ASWEA seminars were held with documents written up about each seminar.   
 Between 2000-2004 a group lead by Dr. Kreitzer from the University of Calgary, Faculty of Social Work, came across a set of documents that few people knew about. As it would transpire, these were the reports of the seminars of ASWEA. From 2004 onwards, Dr. Kreitzer then set out to find all seminar documents, which could not be located across the African continent, but were found in academic institutions in the United States, and compiled them in their entirety. With the help of funding provided by the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), these documents were printed and bound in 6 hardcopy volumes. The aim of this project was, through the dissemination of these documents, to give African institutions and individuals the opportunity to analyse these documents and use them in the classroom. Also, these documents will contribute to enhance the knowledge and information about African social work, thereby adding to the global history of the profession of social work.   
 ASWEA is no longer in existence and the Association of Schools of Social Work in Africa (ASSWA) has taken over all publications by this organisation, including the copyright to the documents in this collection.   
    
 LISTING OF DOCUMENTS   
    
Vol.1 VOLUME ONE (1972-1973)   
    
1.1 Introduction to Volumes, by Linda Kreitzer  20 January 2010 
1.2 Association For Social Work Education in Africa. 21 pages / Ethiopia  1986 
 Libraries: Library of Congress; Baker & Taylor Inc Tech Serv and Prod dev.   
1.3 An Effort in community development in the Lakota Sub-prefecture / Lakota (This document is missing)  unknown 
1.4 Community Services, Lakota Project Methodology. (This document is missing)  1972 
1.5 The Important Role of supervision in Social Welfare Organization. 8 pages / Ethiopia  1972 
1.6 The use of films in social development education. (This document is missing)  1972 
1.7 Guidelines for making contact with young people in informal groups in urban areas / Ethiopia (This document is missing)  1973 
1.8 Case studies East Africa:  1973 
 Compilation of case studies in social development in East Africa. 464 pages. Libraries: Stanford, Calif.; Yale; Northwestern, Illinois; University of Illinois, Urbana; Boston University   
1.8.1 Case Studies from Ethiopia, by Seyoum Gebra Selassie   
1.8.2 Case Studies from Kenya, by J.S. Nyaribo   
1.8.3 Case Studies from Malawi, by R. Manda   
1.8.4 Case Studies from Mauritius, by E. Roche   
1.8.5 Case Studies from Tanzania, by P.J. Mhaiki   
1.8.6 Case Studies from Uganda, by G.M. Ssenkoloto   
1.8.7 Case Studies from Zambia, by V.G.Nyirenda   
    
Vol.2 VOLUME TWO (1974-1975)   
    
2.1 Case studies West Africa:  1974 
 Compilation of case studies in social development in West Africa. 159 pages. Libraries: Stanford, Calif.; Yale; Northwestern, Illinois; University of Illinois, Urbana; Boston University   
2.1.1 Case Studies from Ghana, by Y.Shamoah (English)   
2.1.2 Case Studies from Sierra Leone, by Mrian J.T.Kamara (English)   
2.1.3 Case Studies from Togo, by H.Eklou (French)   
2.1.4 Case Studies from Madagascar, by M.Monteiro (French)   
 French Translations of Case Studies from East Africa (see also Volume One):   
2.1.5 Case Studies from Ethiopia, by Seyoum Gebra Selassie   
2.1.6 Case Studies from Kenya, by J.S.Nyaribo   
2.1.7 Case Studies from Malawi, by R.Manda   
2.1.8 Case Studies from Mauritius, by E.Roche   
2.1.9 Case Studies from Tanzania, by P.J.Mhaiki   
2.1.10 Case Studies from Uganda, by G.M.Ssenkoloto   
2.1.11 Case Studies from Zambia, by V.G.Nyirenda   
2.2 Relationship between social work education and national social development planning. 2nd ASWEA conference. 69 pages / Lome, Togo  1974 
2.3 Curricula of Schools of Social Work and Community Development Training Centres in Africa. 127 pages / Ethiopia  1974 
 Libraries: Library of Congress, Washington D.C.; Boston Univ. CT.   
2.4 Directory of social welfare activities in Africa. 3rd Edition. 126 pages / Ethiopia  1975 
 Library: Northwestern Uni., Ill.   
2.5 Report of ASWEAs workshop on Techniques of teaching and methods of field work evaluation. Proceedings of the Debre Zeit Workshop. 85 pages / Ethiopia  1975 
 Libraries: Northwestern Univ., Ill.; Library of Congress, Washington D.C.; University of Illinois, Ill.   
    
Vol.3 VOLUME THREE (1976-1978)   
    
3.1 Techniques d Enseignement et methods devaluation de travaux pratiques. 121 pages / Douala, Cameroun  1976 
 Library: Library of Congress   
3.2 Realities and aspirations of social work education in Africa. 3rd ASWEA conference. Also titled Social realities and the response of social work education in Africa. 127 pages / Ethiopia  1976 
 Libraries: Library of Congress, Washington D.C.; Michigan State University, Michigan; Case Western, Ohio.   
3.3 The role of social development education in Africas struggle for political and economic independence. 3rd ASWEA conference. 145 pages / Ethiopia  1977 
 Libraries: Library of Congress, Washington D.C.; Northwestern, Illinois; Boston Univ, CT; Michigan State University, Michigan.   
3.4 The development of a training curriculum in family welfare. From the ASWEA expert group. 115 pages / Ethiopia  1978 
 Libraries: Library of Congress, Washington D.C.; Northwestern, Ill.   
3.5 LElaboration d un programme de Formation en Bien-Etre familial. 127 pages / Ethiopia  1978 
 Libraries: Library of Congress; N.Y. public library res libr.   
    
Vol.4 VOLUME FOUR (1979-1981)   
    
4.1 Guidelines for the development of a training curriculum in family welfare. 207 pages / Lusaka, Zambia  1979 
 Libraries: Northwestern Univ. Ill; Library of Congress, Washington D.C.   
4.2 Principes directeurs appliquer pour Ietablissement dun programme detude destin la formation aux disciplines de la protection de la famille. 183 pages / Lome, Togo  1979 
 Libraries: University of Calif., L.A.; Yale; Boston Univ.; Harvard; Michigan State Univ.   
4.3 Social development training in Africa: Experiences of the 1970s and emerging trends of the 1980s. 4th ASWEA conference. 143 pages / Ethiopia  1981 
 Libraries: Stanford, Calif.; University of California, L.A.; Joint Bank Fund Library, Washington D.C.; Boston Univ, Mass.; Michigan State, Michigan; Columbia University, N.Y.   
    
Vol.5 VOLUME FIVE (1982)   
    
5.1 Survey of curricula of social development training institutions in Africa. 2nd edition. 399 pages / Ethiopia  1982 
 Libraries: Yale Univ; Library of Congress; Northwestern; Indiana Univ; Michigan State Univ; Columbia Univ.; N.Y. public library res libr, N.Y.   
    
Vol.6 VOLUME SIX (1982-1989)   
    
6.1 The organization and delivery of social services to rural areas. 201 pages / Minia, Egypt  1982 
 Libraries: University of California L.A.; Joint Bank Fund Library, Washington D.C.; Northwestern University, Illinois; Boston University, Ma; Michigan State University, Michigan; Columbia University, N.Y.   
6.2 Training for social development; Methods of intervention to improve peoples participation in rural transformation in Africa with special emphasis on women. 110 pages / Ethiopia  1985 
 Libraries: Yale University, ct; Library of Congress, Washington D.C.; Northwestern University, Ill.; Baker & Taylor Inc. Tech Serv & Prod Dev. North Carolina; New York Public Lib. Res libr. N.Y.   
6.3 Social development agents in rural transformation in Africa. 200 pages / Ethiopia  1989 
 Libraries: Stanford; Yale; Northwestern; Library of Congress; Boston Univ; Michigan State Univ; and others.   
    
 NOTES:   
 Association for Social Work Education in Africa (1986). Addis Ababa: ASWEA Publication. French is AESA   
 Dates are the published dates and not the dates when the seminars were given.   
 Libraries These are where the original documents can be found.