The Livelihood initiative was established with a vision to help ministry partners be self-sufficient by giving them an opportunity to start their own business.
We help launch the business by giving them a one-time seed investment. The businesses that are started help support their ministries, families, and the needs of the community which enables economic sustainability. Computer training, garment & tailoring, mobile food stand, printing business, general store, computer and mobile phone repair, and rickshaw (taxi) business are just a few of the businesses that we have helped start. Several partners have opened sewing schools for women and girls. They are trained to sew which enables them to start their own business and support themselves and their children. Teaching them a skill will assist in keeping them safe from human trafficking. With donor support, we champion and fund our partners projects, helping to create a lasting economic, educational, and humanitarian impact in communities around the world.