Over the period of one year 150 students went through BE I, 55 students went through BE II, and 22 students went through BE III. A total of 16 students completed their Kingdom Operational Business Plans, and Malanto Rabary, founder of the newly formed First Christian Credit Union of Madagascar was selected as the 1st Place winner of the business plan competition!
Also among the businesses that were launched or expanded as a result of the BE program in Madagascar were: Eco-Tourism, a printing company, a poultry business, a fish farm, a computer manufacturer, a cell phone accessories business, a conference center, a vegetable extract business, and many more.
These businesses will contribute to the development and transformation of their country through:
- Job creation
- Income generation
- Tithe and philanthropy
- Inspiring Hope
- Raising up new leaders
- Discipleship and evangelism
- Meeting local market needs
Special thanks to First Presbyterian Church of Orlando for their commitment towards sustainable mission in Madagascar. For more information about BE Madagascar visit www.beorlando.com.
To learn more about Biblical Entrepreneurship program in Orlando please visit www.beorlando.com.