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You can commission, train, and equip local leaders

The goal is to empower a community to assert ownership over its future. For this to become a reality local leaders need to have the courage, passion, and trust of their own people. The final key ingredient is the skills to implement vision, concepts, and ideas so that they come to fruition. Somebody who can do something, and then actually does it is the type of person who garners a following. Skilled leaders who humbly serve their community have the opportunity to facilitate the transition of their community out of poverty and into a sense of flourshing.

Those who can do, those who can't teach.


But, those who can teach best.

Holistic and systemic change happens from the bottom up and the top down. Grass roots movements often cannot effectively, efficiently, and quickly shape and shift high-level policy. Meanwhile, high-level policy often overlooks the bottom of the pyramid.

Through effective advocacy and empowerment, work can be done simultaneously at both levels so that issues at the ground are understand by the top and challenges facing the top are communicated at the bottom. This creates a sense of understanding, unity, and togetherness rather than creating two "us vs them" mentalities.

Though the spheres of influence can be vastly different at the various strata of socio-political and socio-economic levels, good leaders recognize that a leader at any level has the ability and opporunity to effect change. Good change permeates the bottom, top, and everything in between. No one leader can effect change at all layers. Leaders must work together to collaboratively and humbly recognize who can influence positive change throughout the various sub-sets of society.

Through imparting "the ELI way" into government officials, rural farmers, pastors, moms, dads, business owners, school teachers, social workers, and non-profit organizations leaders at all levels, in all walks of life, and in a myriad of sectors begin to align their visions and missions around a cental culture that has the best for all in mind, not only the best for some.

VT3 Program

ELI offers a 2-5 year Village Transition & Transformation Training to established and emerging community leaders from around the world. During this program you be enrolled in a cohort learning team comprised of incredible men and women. Together you will explore, research, learn, and journey as you collaboratively tackle the greatest issues facing your communities.

Through on-site training conferences in Kenya, ongoing field-work in your communities, and site vists by ELI staff you will be equipped and empowered to be an active Kingdom builder and utlimately, a World Changer.

You can see an overview of the content/curriculum below.

If you are interested in applying to be accepted into the program please click here to fill out an interest form:

You can commission, train, and equip local leaders

The goal is to empower a community to assert ownership over its future. For this to become a reality local leaders need to have the courage, passion, and trust of their own people. The final key ingredient is the skills to implement vision, concepts, and ideas so that they come to fruition. Somebody who can do something, and then actually does it is the type of person who garners a following. Skilled leaders who humbly serve their community have the opportunity to facilitate the transition of their community out of poverty and into a sense of flourshing.

Those who can do, those who can't teach.


But, those who can teach best.

Holistic and systemic change happens from the bottom up and the top down. Grass roots movements often cannot effectively, efficiently, and quickly shape and shift high-level policy. Meanwhile, high-level policy often overlooks the bottom of the pyramid.

Through effective advocacy and empowerment, work can be done simultaneously at both levels so that issues at the ground are understand by the top and challenges facing the top are communicated at the bottom. This creates a sense of understanding, unity, and togetherness rather than creating two "us vs them" mentalities.

Though the spheres of influence can be vastly different at the various strata of socio-political and socio-economic levels, good leaders recognize that a leader at any level has the ability and opporunity to effect change. Good change permeates the bottom, top, and everything in between. No one leader can effect change at all layers. Leaders must work together to collaboratively and humbly recognize who can influence positive change throughout the various sub-sets of society.

Through imparting "the ELI way" into government officials, rural farmers, pastors, moms, dads, business owners, school teachers, social workers, and non-profit organizations leaders at all levels, in all walks of life, and in a myriad of sectors begin to align their visions and missions around a cental culture that has the best for all in mind, not only the best for some.

VT3 Program

ELI offers a 2-5 year Village Transition & Transformation Training to established and emerging community leaders from around the world. During this program you be enrolled in a cohort learning team comprised of incredible men and women. Together you will explore, research, learn, and journey as you collaboratively tackle the greatest issues facing your communities.

Through on-site training conferences in Kenya, ongoing field-work in your communities, and site vists by ELI staff you will be equipped and empowered to be an active Kingdom builder and utlimately, a World Changer.

You can see an overview of the content/curriculum below.

If you are interested in applying to be accepted into the program please click here to fill out an interest form:
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