Internet Cafes

From MissionTechWiki

Description of an Internet Cafe

An Internet cafe is where the public can access the internet and (usually) drink coffee. Travellers frequent them, and in poorer areas they allow Internet access to more people. Facilities can also be used for training.

How are Internet Cafes used in Missions?

Internet Cafes provide both an income source for workers and a means of contacting people in the area. Training can be provided to help people gain employment, and grow in their faith.

Read how Internet Cafes are using in Unreached People Groups

Issues with Internet Cafes

Startup costs can be an issue.

Different implementations and solutions using Internet Cafes

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