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Christian Mircoenterprise Development

Paperback|Jun 2003
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Microenterprise Development (MED) has been embraced with great enthusiasm by mission groups. Over 1200 Christian organisations are currently implementing MED in the two thirds world. But many of these efforts begin with little understanding of the basic fundamentals of creating...


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Microenterprise Development (MED) has been embraced with great enthusiasm by mission groups. Over 1200 Christian organisations are currently implementing MED in the two thirds world. But many of these efforts begin with little understanding of the basic fundamentals of creating a credit culture, with the discipline and knowledge of the best practices required The objective of this handbook is to provide information to help Christian MED practitioners and donors better understand how to apply Christian MED in ways that build Christ's kingdom.

The book draws from literature on secular MED and undertakes eight case studies of Christian MED programs from around the world. It then draws out the strengths and weaknesses of Christian MED.

Microenterprise Development (MED) has been embraced with great enthusiasm by mission groups. Over 1200 Christian organisations are currently implementing MED in the two thirds world. But many of these efforts begin with little understanding of the basic fundamentals of creating a credit culture, with the discipline and knowledge of the best practices required The objective of this handbook is to provide information to help Christian MED practitioners and donors better understand how to apply Christian MED in ways that build Christ's kingdom. The book draws from literature on secular MED and undertakes eight case studies of Christian MED programs from around the world. It then draws out the strengths and weaknesses of Christian MED.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 209929
  • Product Code 1870345282
  • EAN 9781870345286
  • Pages 142
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Missions
  • Publisher Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date Jun 2003
  • Dimensions 210 x 150 x 9mm
  • Weight 0.220kg

David Bussau

Since the 1970s, microfinance pioneer David Bussau AM (born 1940) has been developing, refining, and implementing innovative solutions to the problem of entrenched world poverty. He is the founder of Opportunity International Australia and co-founder of the Opportunity International Network, both organisations dedicated to challenging the conventional wealth redistribution model of development, and addressing poverty through responsible wealth creation. Today, Opportunity International Australia serves over a million people in India, Indonesia, and the Philippines. David currently provides consultancy to government, corporations, and NGOs. For his services to international development, David has been honoured with an Order of Australia and in 2008 was named Senior Australian of the Year. He is married to Carol and has two daughters, Natasha and Rachel.

Russell Mask

Russell P Mask (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1995; M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1990; B.A., Wheaton College, 1983) is Associate Professor of Community Development at Covenant College, just outside Chattanooga, Tennessee. In addition to teaching Covenant College students, Russell trains NGO staff, NGO workers, church workers and missionaries around the world in church-centered Microenterprise Development and Microfinance strategies via the Chalmers Center for Economic Development at Covenant College. He is married with three children and enjoys NASCAR racing and fly fishing.

Source: http://www.covenant.edu/academics/undergrad/ecd/faculty/mask
Accessed 13/03/2014

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