21Jan 2024


  • Soeur Louise de Jesus, Docteur en Philosophie Institut ESAG-NDE/Don Bosco (Togo) Chercheure Associee au Laboratoire LAMPES de lUniversite de Lome.
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The influence of religion on the development of a continent has always been a subject of reflection. In the African context, the vertiginous scale of the religious phenomenon links the underdevelopment of Africa to its belief that the failure to adopt an attitude of detachment from religious beliefs deemed superstitious and fallacious is preventing Africa from emerging. Despite a view that relegates the religious to the rank of retrograde forces, in Africa religious actors have always been vectors of social change and have been important for development initiatives. The aim of this research work is to show the significant contributions of religion to African development. From there, to indicate that development is only possible because of respect for values common to humanity, and these values are those that religion proposes to us.

[Assivon Afiyo (2024); CONTRIBUTION DES VALEURS RELIGIEUSES AU DEVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL Int. J. of Adv. Res. (Jan). 269-278] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com

ASSIVON Afiyo (Sœur Louise de Jésus)
Institut ESAG-NDE/Don Bosco (Togo) Chercheure associée au laboratoire LAMPES de l’Université de Lomé


Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/18118      
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/18118