After implementing some of the principles learned in the Biblical Entrepreneurship class, enrollment in the school almost doubled with revenue of close to $1 million dollars a year and a net profit of 23 percent. Now, the school is at capacity with over 1,300 enrolled students and ranks amongst the top 1,000 business schools in the world and amongst the top 5 schools in French-speaking Africa. ISCAM has also launched a missions project called Soaland with the mission to adopt 1,000 villages in Madagascar to provide training, economic opportunities, basic infrastructure support, evangelism and discipleship. This initiative was conceived within the Biblical Entrepreneurship I class after Jaona’s wife was inspired from Lesson 1 to devote a part of their business profits to feed the hungry, house the stranger, and clothe the naked. ISCAM’s vision is to be a business school of reference, known as an agent of change in Madagascar and Africa. We are now working with them to integrate the Biblical Entrepreneurship curriculum within the school as well as to provide them with coaching and access to financing through the Nehemiah E-Community to expand their infrastructure so their can serve more students since they are currently at capacity.
Thank you for your prayers and support which enables us to build kingdom businesses globally. Because of you, there is a thriving business school in Madagascar that is equipping and training a new generation of business leaders to serve as salt and light in the government and the corporate sector in Africa.
– posted by: Patrice Tsague