We would like to take a moment to say thank you from our, board members, advisory board members, headquarter staff, regional and country directors, trainers, coaches, and volunteers. It is one that will stand out amongst years to come, however, together with our network of clients, donors, strategic partners, volunteers, staff, and board members, we have turned these difficult trials into our own achievements. We appreciate your prayers, support, loyalty, and engagement and attribute our strides to you. Our inspiring web of advocates has also encouraged us to withhold our dedication to our core values: unconditional love, faith, entrepreneurship, excellence, focus, wisdom, and truth and reach towards our mission to build Kingdom businesses globally.
With your aid, this was what we accomplished:
- Trained and coached over 3K entrepreneurs from 12 different countries
- Approved over $100K in scholarships to provide training and coaching to entrepreneurs who could not afford our program
- Provided $65K of financing to two entrepreneurs in Kenya and reached a total of $2.3 Million in direct capital investment in Kingdom Companies
- Opened 5 Nehemiah Entrepreneurship E-Community Centers in three different countries
- Nairobi Nehemiah Entrepreneurship Center is now profitable and depends 100% on local earned revenue
- Launched a Women in Business ministry and Re-launched Nehemiah Urban Impact Movement
- Expanded the Podcast to daily with two additional formats; Women in Business and Urban Impact
- Revamped our website and the Nehemiah E-Community platform
- Was awarded a $238K grant from the Murdock Trust to invest in our technology infrastructure and curriculum translations
- Increased our staff capacity by 9 new team members.
- Achieved a 20% net profit margin
- Contributed $7K to other partner ministries and churches
As a show of gratitude for all of your aid, we would like to invite you to our Donor Appreciation Event on 16 January 2020 from 7.30 AM to 9.00AM PST. To find out more details about the event and register for it, click HERE.
Along with these developments, we had the pleasure to witness several impact stories. Nina Mutegi represented Kenya and returned home as our 2020 International Business Plan Competition champion. Nina’s Mirema School provides an inclusive learning environment that addresses the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of pupils by offering holistic education that produces empowered individuals. The school started in 1998 with only three students but has flourished into a Christ-filled environment with over 1,200 students. She, together with our very own Frank Kitonga, who recently became 2020 Trainer of the Year, helped Kenya win the 2020 Africa and International Business Plan Competition Award, and the 2020 Impact E-Community Center Award. They even helped finance two local Kenyan entrepreneurs through the Nehemiah Investment Fund with a total capital of $65K