WE SELL SUCCESS, NOT POVERTY!

We believe that people have an internal ability to overcome poverty, and we are motivated to end the poverty industry.

Our Solutions:

  • Stop the cycle of poverty through new innovative ideas
  • Create local industries
  • Provide sustainable solutions that can be localized
  • Help people stand on their own
  • Provide entrepreneurs direct access to investors

Purpose: To work with church partners and the business community to mobilize their members to change the way we fight poverty around the world through Nehemiah Project.

How to Participate in the Sustainable Missions Initiative:

SUSTAINABLE VISION ENGAGEMENTS

The Nehemiah Sustainable Vision Engagement (SVE) is a short-term, overseas mission opportunity aimed towards a country with an active NPIM partner that operates a Biblical Entrepreneurship program, or simply someone who is interested in launching a program. The purpose of the trip is to support our program partners in their desire to provide training and support to local entrepreneurs and businesses who desire to become kingdom companies. The SVE also encourages and provides coaching support to Biblical Entrepreneur alumni. SVE also provides opportunities for participants to tour the country and participate in cultural enrichment activities, as well as local ministries and organizations that work to enhance the spiritual, social, political and economic well-being of the country.

OBJECTIVES:
  1. Encourage and support local Nehemiah partners to train and support local entrepreneurs
  2. Encourage and support local Biblical Entrepreneur alumni
  3. Learn about the cultural, social, political, economic and spiritual wellbeing of the country
  4. Experience local mission activities that are self-supporting and self-propagating
  5. Contribute to the spiritual and economic development as well as sustainability of the local country
TRAVELERS

NPIM students, alums, teachers and strategic partners can attend a pre-organized trip or request a special trip to a particular country of their choice based on those countries where NPIM is active. Travelers are responsible for all costs associated with their travel. This may include:

  • Travel
  • Lodging
  • Meals
  • Local Transportation
  • Insurance
  • Activity fees
  • Visa Application
  • Out of pocket expenses
  • 15% administrative fee
SUSTAINABLE VISION ENGAGEMENT SCHEDULE

January 6 – 20: Malaysia
February TBD: BE II and III – Kinshasa, DR Congo
April TBD: Haiti
June 26 – July 2: Nehemiah Week Africa – Kinshasa, DR Congo
July 10 – 12: Teacher Certification – Penang, Malaysia
July 13 – 15: KBC 3 Keys Retreat – Penang, Malaysia
July 17 – 19: KBC Coach Training – Penang, Malaysia
July 20 – 23: Nehemiah Week Asia – Penang, Malaysia
July 24 – 29: YBE – Penang, Malaysia
Nov 6 – 11: Nehemiah Week Ukraine – Ternopil, Ukraine

For more information, contact Debra Schlaht, Director of International Programs at debra@nehemiahproject.org