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Title: EMIs Mission


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EMIs Mission
To glorify God by offering hope to the
spiritually and physically poor.
Vision
To mobilize design professionals to minister to
the less fortunate in developing nations we
proclaim the Gospel of Jesus as we help others
change their world through the development of
hospitals, schools, orphanages, bridges, water
supplies, electricity and more. Our commitment
is to enrich the lives of those who give and
those who receive.
Core Approach
Mobilizing technical professionals on short term
trips to design Christian development projects
for the poor.
www.emiworld.org
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Background
- Founded in 1982 - 50 staff - 20 interns -
250 design professionals volunteer annually -
Network of 5,500 design professionals
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Offices
Sending Offices - eMi Colorado (1982) - eMi C
Canada (2003) - eMi UK United Kingdom (2008)
Field Offices - eMi2 India (1998) - eMi AL
Costa Rica (2001) - eMi EA Uganda (2003)
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Project Approach
- Serve indigenous and foreign ministries who
are helping the poor and sharing the good news of
Jesus - Mobilize technical professionals to
design ministries' development projects when no
local design resource is available, affordable or
trustworthy - Design small to large scope
projects including schools, hospitals,
orphanages, bridges, water systems and more
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Project Approach
- EMI team of 5 to 10 design professionals
spends 1 to 2 weeks at project site initiating
design effort surveying, architecture design,
engineering research - Ministry is responsible
for hosting EMI design team in country,
fund-raising and construction - Team takes 3 to
6 months after site visit finalizing design for
fundraising and construction - Establish
long-lasting relationships and send more teams to
design future phases
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Project Statistics
- 700 designed development projects - 85
countries / territories - Average team size 8 -
US 80,000 worth of design services mobilized
per project by EMI. Total of US 5,000,000
mobilized in 2007 - Costs EMI US 8,000 cash to
mobilize US 80,000 of services per project A
1000 return on investment!
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Project Services
- Surveying - Building design - Master planning -
Infrastructure design - Construction management -
Disaster response
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Surveying
- Primarily topographic surveying for master
planning - Some boundary surveying - Instruments
vary from protractor and string to robotic total
station
"Do not move your neighbor's boundary stone set
up by your predecessors in the inheritance you
receive in the land the LORD your God is giving
you to possess." Deuteronomy 1914
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Building Design
Goal is to design buildings that are a step or
two more
- Functional - better use of space - Safe -
redundant, resist earthquakes and wind -
Cost-effective - better use of materials than
typical buildings, while still being culturally
appropriate and sustainable
2 or 3 buildings designed during a typical
project trip
"Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Will
he not first sit down and estimate the cost to
see if he has enough money to complete it?" Luke
1428
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Master Planning
- Show how buildings, roads, infrastructure and
recreation can best fit on the site - Show how
site can be developed over years - Focus on Phase
1, later phases may change with the scope of a
ministry - Take time to understand the vision
God has given the ministry
"All this I have in writing from the hand of the
LORD upon me, and he gave me understanding in all
the details of the plan." I Chronicles 2819
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Infrastructure
Sometimes overlooked, but vitally important
- Water systems - Wastewater disposal
systems - Electrical systems - Dams,
bridges and roads - Agriculture and
irrigation Challenge is to keep it simple - so
it can be maintained and repaired
"Designate a place outside the camp where you can
go to relieve yourself. As part of your
equipment have something to dig with, and when
you relieve yourself, dig a hole and cover up
your excrement." Deuteronomy 2312-13
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Case Study
St. Lukes Society AIDS Clinic Kampala, Uganda
PROBLEM A ministry assisting people with
various health issues including AIDS was
operating out of a half-size shipping container
and metal shack.
SOLUTION EMI designed a simple building with a
few offices, treatment room, training room, lab,
and bathrooms. The waiting room is a large,
covered porch. While protected from the rain and
sun, the open area catches the pleasant afternoon
breezes.
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Case Study
St. Lukes Society AIDS Clinic Kampala, Uganda
RESULTS A new 2,000 square foot clinic
building allows the ministry to treat more
patients and share Christ with them. The clinic
director, Rebecca told EMI how much the new
clinic improved their ministry. She could hardly
contain herself due to the great joy in her
heart Its wonderful! We will finally have a
place to train our workers, a place to immunize
children, and a place to help people with all of
their health needs. - Rebecca, clinic director
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EMIs Impact
- Better facilities for the poor - Improved
sanitation/public health - Expanded outreach for
the gospel - Volunteers' and interns' lives are
changed though service to the world's poor
"There are not sufficient words. Not only do we
have this wonderful document and brochure to
present to donors, but we also have hope and
plans for the organization's future." Beth Rosen
- Bushikori Christian Center Uganda, April 2008
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Volunteers
  • Use their technical skills to help the poor
  • Serve on 1- to 2-week project trips
  • Pay or raise funds for their travel costs
  • Have 0-50 years of experience
  • Have direct ministry opportunities
  • A vacation with a purpose

"...if you combine Survivor, The Amazing Race,
church camp, and work in a blender and mix it
up... that is a snippet of what my two weeks in
Egypt were like!!!" Brent A. Baker - EMI
Landscape Architect Trip Volunteer Roundrock,
Texas, Fall 2007
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Interns
  • Over 20 interns from many nationalities serving
    in offices worldwide
  • College students recent college graduates
  • Serve 3 to 6 months per internship
  • Raise own support travel cost (5,000-7,000)
  • Travel on short-term project trip return to
    work in respective office

"I still look back at my experience EMI as one of
the only things I've done in life that I could
return to, and invest myself completely in--and
that gives me some reassurance, regardless of
whatever I end up doing next." Steve Mah -
University of Toronto, Civil Engineering Colorado
Springs Office, Summer 2006
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Disaster Response
EMI has served after disasters in Saipan, Turkey,
Afghanistan, Guatemala, Indonesia, India, Peru,
Pakistan, Mozambique, and other places.
- Formal program began in 2006 - Two-pronged
approach 1) Build formal partnerships with
relief ministries 2) Identify, train, and
equip volunteer responders GOAL Mobilize
disaster response teams on short notice (within
one week or less)
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Construction Management
EMI mobilizing Construction Management personnel
to assist Christian Ministries with facility
construction projects in developing countries.
These individuals would primarily serve on
projects that eMi has designed, and would ensure
that the designs are followed, and/or modified
appropriately. EMI Services - Field
Observations and Inspections - Labor
Superintendent - Project Manager EMI needs
qualified engineers, architects, superintendents,
and project managers who are willing to live
overseas for 6 months to 2 years.
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Get Involved
- Volunteer on an EMI project trip - Intern with
an EMI office locally or abroad - Support EMI
financially
  • Join EMI's Association of Christian Design
    Professionals (ACDP)
  • Project Sponsorship - underwrite the cost of an
    EMI project design

www.emiworld.org
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eMi World Zones
1. Sub-Saharan Africa 2. Middle East North
Africa 3. South Asia 4. Pacific Southeast
Asia 5. East Asia
6. Russia Central Asia 7. Europe 8. Central
America Caribbean 9. South America 10. North
America
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eMi World Offices
Sending Offices
Field Offices
- eMi Colorado, USA
- eMi2 India
- eMi C Canada
- eMi AL Costa Rica
- eMi UK United Kingdom
- eMi EA Uganda
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ZONE1
Sub-Saharan Africa
Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi,
Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic,
Comoros, Congo (Democratic Republic of the),
Congo (Republic of the), Core dIvoire,
Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya,
Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius,
Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome
Principe, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa,
Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia,
Zimbabwe
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Sub-Saharan Africa
Number of Countries 36 Total Population
681,195,700 Evangelical Population
138,879,496 Percent Evangelical 20.39 (.20
change since 2004) Human Development Index
0.476 (-.021 change since 2004) EMI Projects in
Zone 176 EMI Office Kampala, Uganda
ZONE 1
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Sub-Saharan Africa
Sub-Zones
- East Africa
eMi EA Office Location Kampala, Uganda
- West Africa
- Central Africa
- Southern Africa
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ZONE2
Middle East North Africa
Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Chad,
Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Gambia, Guinea,
Guinea-Bissau, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan,
Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Mauritania,
Morocco, Niger, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, Senegal, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia,
Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Western Sahara,
Yemen
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Middle East North Africa
Number of Countries/Territories 35 Total
Population 581,997,424 Evangelical Population
8,165,752 Percent Evangelical 1.40 (.35
change since 2004) Human Development Index
0.678 (.079 change since 2004) EMI Projects in
Zone 40
ZONE 2
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ZONE3
South Asia
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar,
Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
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South Asia
Number of Countries 8 Total Population
1,550,982,000 Evangelical Population
24,904,211 Percent Evangelical 1.61 (-.17
change since 2004) Human Development Index
0.603 (.049 change since 2004) EMI Projects in
Zone 154 EMI Office Mussoorie, India
ZONE 3
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ZONE4
Pacific Southeast Asia
Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Fiji,
Indonesia, Japan, Kiribati, Korea (South), Laos,
Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru,
Now Zealand, Palau, Papua New Guinea,
Philippines, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands,
Taiwan, Thailand, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Vietnam
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Pacific Southeast Asia
Number of Countries 27 Total Population
757,534,303 Evangelical Population
41,479,544 Percent Evangelical 5.48
(.13) (.13 change since 2004) Human
Development Index 0.801 (.049) (.049 change
since 2004) EMI Projects in Zone 43
ZONE 4
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Pacific Southeast Asia
Sub-Zones
- Possible Sending Locations Australia, New
Zealand, South Korea Japan
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ZONE5
East Asia
China, Korea (North), Mongolia
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East Asia
Number of Countries 3 Total Population
1,349,836,000 Evangelical Population
79,775,015 Percent Evangelical 5.91 (.01
change since 2004) Human Development Index
0.777 (.085 change since 2004) EMI Projects in
Zone 10
ZONE 5
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ZONE6
Russia Central Asia
Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan,
Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,
Ukraine, Uzbekistan
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Russia Central Asia
Number of Countries 10 Total Population
265,269,140 Evangelical Population
2,908,858 Percent Evangelical 1.10 (.35
change since 2004) Human Development Index
0.781 (.029 change since 2004) EMI Projects in
Zone 15
ZONE 6
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ZONE7
Europe
Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia
Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech
Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,
Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland,
Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania,
Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco,
Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United
Kingdom, Vatican City
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Europe
Number of Countries/Territories 43 Total
Population 538,214,889 Evangelical Population
14,884,773 Percent Evangelical 2.77 (.05
change since 2004) Human Development Index
0.922 (.053 change since 2004) EMI Projects in
Zone 3 EMI Office United Kingdom
ZONE 7
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ZONE8
Central America Caribbean
Antigua Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize,
Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic,
El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras,
Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico,
Saint Kitts Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent
the Grenadines, Trinidad Tobago
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Central America the Caribbean
Number of Countries/Territories 22 Total
Population 187,436,000 Evangelical Population
21,170,191 Percent Evangelical 11.29 (.05
change since 2004) Human Development Index
0.789 (.066 change since 2004) EMI Projects in
Zone 263 EMI Office Atenas, Costa Rica
ZONE 8
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ZONE9
South America
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia,
Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname,
Uruguay, Venezuela
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South America
Number of Countries 12 Total Population
377,961,424 Evangelical Population
45,787,053 Percent Evangelical 12.11 (.01
change since 2004) Human Development Index
0.803 (.043 change since 2004) EMI Projects in
Zone 32
ZONE 9
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ZONE
North America
10
Canada, Greenland, United States
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North America
Number of Countries/Territories 3 Total
Population 337,205,995 Evangelical Population
102,359,753 Percent Evangelical 30.36 (.05
change since 2004) Human Development Index
0.952 (.022 change since 2004) EMI Offices
Colorado Springs, USA
Calgary, Canada
ZONE 10
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Worldwide
Total Population 6,627,632,875 Evangelical
Population 480,314,645 Percent Evangelical
7.25 Human Development Index 0.722 EMI
Projects 700
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Zone Comparison
HDI
Ev.
Population
Proj.
Sub-Saharan Africa 0.476 20.39 681,195,700 176 Sou
th Asia 0.603 1.61 1,550,982,000 154 Middle East
North Africa 0.678 1.40 581,997,424 40 East
Asia 0.777 5.91 1,349,836,000 10 Russia
Central Asia 0.781 1.10 265,269,140 15 Cent.Americ
a Caribbean 0.789 11.29 187,436,000 263 Pacific
Southeast Asia 0.801 5.48 757,534,303 43 South
America 0.803 12.11 377,961,424 32 Europe 0.922
2.77 538,214,889 3 North America 0.952 30.36 337,
205,995 -
0.722 7.25 6,627,632,875 736
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