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Quotable - You don't need a lot of capital, just a good design, some capital and the spirit of being in Business as Mission

"A well run school is a great opportunity for Business as Mission- for every student you affect 5 or more people, usually adults. And, people everywhere will make sacrifices for their children to get ahead. I have another friend here who has started a metal fabrication business. We are trying to run water businesses. Well drilling is wide open. Farming of all types is open...

You don't need a lot of capital- just a good design, some capital, and the spirit of being in "real Business as Mission". Don't get me wrong- there is and will always be a need for "charity" but when you run a refuge camp for 20 years and destroy an entire generation's will, and don't teach the next, that is charity gone awry."
An Anonymous Business as Mission Entreprenuer in Africa

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posted by Justin Forman | 10.09.2009 - 7:26 AM

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