Livelihoods (Job Creation)

Livelihoods (Job Creation)


Help create jobs which in turn alleviates poverty


The creation of a livelihood (job creation) is an effective way to lift people out of poverty.

A number of Christian missions are working to create or support jobs in developing countries as follows:

  • Vocation training - provide training in the skills needed to obtain a job.
  • Microfinance - lending money to an entrepreneur or small businesses on good terms to help start or grow a business. 
  • Business creation - create a business with the intention of creating good jobs for locals
  • Equipping people with ‘tools’ for their trade
"May the favor of the Lord our God rest on us; establish the work of our hands for us— yes, establish the work of our hands."
—Psalms 90v17

Livelihoods (Job Creation) projects include:

Community Transformation Fund
Community Transformation Fund
Support projects helping to provide clean water, food sustainability, health and hygiene education,
Small Business Start-Up Fund
Small Business Start-Up Fund
Provide training and/or start-up costs to enable persecuted Christians to support themselves
Agriculture & Income for vulnerable farmers
Agriculture & Income for vulnerable farmers
Helping release vulnerable farmers into new opportunities to grow food and earn an income

Livelihoods (Job Creation) workers include:

Simon and Widya photo
Simon and Widya
Preparing to serve in South East Asia
Max and Ezzie photo
Max and Ezzie
Cross-cultural workers in South East Asia
Dave and Caz photo
Dave and Caz
Cross-cultural workers in South East Asia

Encourage your friends to support job creation in poor countries