The idea is to promote discipleship through a foundation that marries cost-of-living expenses for the medical students to spiritual discipleship. The money cycles through four years and after graduation the student pays the money back for the next generation of young doctors.
This project will be self-sustaining and has a plan for Mozambican’s to take ownership for their own future generation of physicians both spiritually and financially.
Graduating students will pay back their educational expenses, thus providing for a new class of students.
The annual budget for a student’s living expenses is $1,560 per student. With a 10% increase per year, a student’s total expenses in four years is $7,797.