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What does PEA stand for?

PEA stands for Portuguese East Africa (now Mozambique)

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13) As a consequence, in 1928 individual Protestant missionaries came together to form the Portuguese East Africa Evangelical Missionaries Association (PEAEMA).
At one time Maputo, formerly Lorenco Marques, the colonial capital of Portuguese East Africa, was one of Africa's busiest seaports.
Other countries brought into its sphere of activities included the then Portuguese East Africa (Mozambique) in 1894, Bechuanaland (Botswana) in 1897, Basutoland (Lesotho) and Nyasaland (Malawi) in 1901, East Africa (Kenya and part of Tanzania), Belgian Congo (Zaire, then DRC) and Zanzibar in 1911, Uganda in 1912, South West Africa (Namibia) in 1915 and Tanganyika (part of Tanzania) in 1916.