CROWN STEWARDSHIP CENTER

CHILE

Project: Chile

IDENTIFIED NEEDS

  • Chileans need to be trained in effective business practices so they can become sustainable and overcome the poverty that exists
  • They need practical farming tips to provide food for themselves and to help generate income.
  • The people need training to care for their medical needs.

OUR RESPONSE TO THE NEED

  • We’ll be partnering with Youth With a Mission (YWAM) and their operations in Santiago to launch the CSC.
  • We will provide guidance as they develop their strategy to reach the poor and destitute.
  • We have land and crops where we will be teaching Foundations for Farming (FFF) methodology.
  • We will partner with Indigenous People’s Technology and Education Center (ITEC) for sustainable solutions to the health needs of the people - including solutions for medical, dental, and vision care. 


CSC UPDATE

  • We partnered with Youth with a Mission (YWAM) in Chile and will base the center in Santiago, The YWAM center has land with crops and vegetables.
  • YWAM has training facilities on campus that will be utilized for classroom trainings.
  • We have developed a Latin American Money Map.
  • We sent leaders to Malawi to be trained in total life stewardship so they can bring the curriculum back to teach in Chile.

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QUICK FACTS

  • The modern sovereign state of Chile is among South America's most economically and socially stable and prosperous nations, with a high-income economy and high living standards.
  • Chile leads Latin American nations in rankings of human development, competitiveness, income per capita, globalization, state of peace, economic freedom, and low perception of corruption.
  • Chile also ranks high regionally in sustainability of the state, and democratic development.
  • Santiago: Capital of Chile - population: 5,428,590

FUTURE GOALS

  • Reach the poor and destitute by creating a holistic stewardship training center.
  • Develop the center into a self-sustaining CSC
  • Multiply the CSC model throughout other areas of Chile.

BUDGET

Budget is currently being determined for the following Phase 1 related expenses:

  • Translate materials from English to Spanish
  • Provide continuing education opportunities for leaders and sponsor follow-up mentoring visits from Foundations for Farming 
  • ​Training costs
  • Continuing training and mentor visits for leaders
  • Raw materials for training individuals from towns and villages all over the country
  • Enterprise startup costs to create income generating business to make the center self-sustaining
  • Seed for farming practices