First, a lending fund is created for use with one village. This fund is used to teach savings and supply capital.
Tilling the ground
Business owners go to work with provided Seed Funds that are supplied on a production basis.
If $5 is earned, $5 will be lent.
Filling the coffers
As businesses grow, they become self-sustaining and profitable-- able to earn on their own income.
Building new farms
Local funding boards are implemented and the region becomes self-sustaining.
Next, indigenous business owners are mentored in financial and spiritual harvesting, as they prepare to use Seed Funds.
Reaping the harvest
With each seed given, savings accounts are increased and local businesses begin to expand.
Training new farmers
Once a business owner is self-sustaining, they replicate this process in other business owners.
Once a country is fully self-sustaining and self-replicating the process begins again in neighboring coutries.