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1 BRASIL km 2

2 The Flag

3 The President: LULA Da Silva

4 5 Regions – 27 States

5  39% think that Spanish is the national language  23% think the capital is Buenos Aires  67% of Americans say Brazil is their third “preferred country”, after Canada (90%) and Japan (78%) Source: MRE/BID, USA National Opinion Research Center (NORC) / ©Anthropos Consulting What others think about Brazil?

6 190 million habitants 45 million families 3,4 people/family Source: IBGE – Pesquisa Nacional por Amostra de Domicílios – PNAD – 20 de julho de 2000 / © Anthropos Consulting Population Brazil – Year 2007

7 Population Profile

8 Top 5 Countries by Population

9 A Country of Huge Dimensions. 5th in Population. 5th in Territorial Extension. 11th largest GDP. Greater São Paulo = volume of economy similar to all of Argentina’s. State of São Paulo = volume of economy similar to all of Mexico’s. 35+ million under age 10 Salvador Manaus Brasília Belém Fortaleza Goiânia São Paulo Curitiba Porto Alegre Rio de Janeiro Belo Horizonte

10  Poor: 32 million or 8,86 million families  Middle Class: 119 million or 32 million families  Rich: 16,7 million Source: IBGE - “Síntese Nacional dos Indicadores Sociais” – 28 de abril de 2000 / © Anthropos Consulting Distribution of Income Brazil – Year 2000

11  School Attendance:  95,7% of children (7-14 yr)  76,5% of youth (15-17 yr) (59.7% in ‘92)  Average Brazilian spends 7 years in school  64% of employees haven’t finished elementary school Source: MEC/Inep/IBGE/Simonsen Associados in Brasil em Exame 2000 / ©Anthropos Consulting Education Brazil – Year 2000

12  Fertility rate dropped from 4,35 children/woman in 1980 to 2,52 in 1995  Retirees: total number grew from 15,8 to 18,9 million during Source: IBGE - “Síntese Nacional dos Indicadores Sociais” – 28 de abril de 2000 / ©Anthropos Consulting Other Statistics Brazil – Year 2000

13 in billions of dollars Source: Banco Central/IBGE/Simonsen Associados in Brasil em Exame 2000 GDP fluctuation

14 % Source: FGV/Simonsen Associados in Brasil em Exame 2000 e Agência Estado/FGV Inflation *thru Sep.

15 Real vs. Dollar

16 Estimate of formal employment in ‘99 - in millions Source: Simonsen Associados in Brasil em Exame ,3 milion companies in operation in 99 Companies X Jobs Generated

17 “Unemployment in Brazil grew from 4,4% in Jan. 95 to 7,6% in Jan ” Source: Exame 04/2000 “41 out 69 million working Brazilians work in the informal market”. Source: FGV/IBGE Unemployment

18  One in four ends in divorce - 12% more than in 1991  More that 15 million divorced families  A recent research shows that 44% believe divorce is a good solution for a troubled marriage Marriage Source: Veja, 10/01/96, Ricardo Grinbaum

19  79% Family  75% Work  68% Study  49% Religion  26% Money  10% Recreation Source: Pesquisa Datafolha - “Relatório Folha da Utopia Brasileira” - Folha de São Paulo - 23 de abril de 2000 / ©Anthropos Consulting What Brazilians will value in upcoming years?

20 Protestants tripling in 30 years Sources: SEPAL, IBGE

21 However, growth hasn’t been uniform.

22 The Northeast is Brazil’s neediest region

23 Half of Brazil’s Indian tribes also remain unreached. The 258 Brazilian Indian Tribes and the Advance of the Gospel TR-503 Source: AMTB (indigenous Database) No protestant missionary presence Tribes with a church and autochthonous leadership Work in progress 16 Situation unknown

24 At least 125,000 new churches need to be planted in the first decade of the 21 st Century.

25 MB-504 Ted Limpic Sepal Brazilian Cross-cultural Missionaries Active & On Furlough

26 Ted Limpic Sepal MB-511 Who Is Sending Out Brazilian Missionaries? Internacional Agencies with Brazilian Leadership 17% Brazilian Agencies 25% Denominational Boards 37% Local Churches 10% International Agencies 11% The different types of sending structures and the number of missionaries they send Comibam 2002

27 Ted Limpic Sepal MB-518 Theological Posture of Brazilian Missionary Organizations % 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Number of Organizations Number of Missionaries Independent Traditional Inter-denominational Pentecostal Comibam 2002

28 Ted Limpic Sepal MB When Were The Brazilian Missionary Organizations Founded? Comibam 2002 Years when Brazilian missionary organizations were founded

29 Ted Limpic Sepal MB-516 Single Women 15% Single Men 6% Married 79% Brazilian Missionaries: Married - Single Comibam 2002 Percentage of Brazilian missionaries who are married or single

30 More than 3 Yrs 50% Less than 1 Yr 7% Ted Limpic Sepal MB-502 How Long Are Brazilian Missionaries Staying On The Field? Comibam 2002 From 1 to 3 Yrs 43% Brazilian missionaries and how long they have been on the field

31 Ted Limpic Sepal MB-517 Countries Where The Largest Number Of Brazilian Missionaries Are Serving Comibam 2002 Number of missionaries serving cross-culturally

32 South America Africa Europe North America Asia Middle East Eurasia Mexico/Central America Caribbean Pacific Ted Limpic Sepal MB-514 On Which Continents Are Brazilian Missionaries Serving? Comibam 2002 Number of Brazilian missionaries serving by region of the world

33 Ted Limpic Sepal MB-512 Where Are Brazilian Missionaries Serving? Comibam 2002 Within Brazil 23% Ibero-America 37% Rest of World 24% 10/40 Window 16% Regions where Brazilian missionaries are working cross-culturally

34 5% 16%16% 16%16% % of active missionaries who serve inside the Window % of active missionaries who serve inside the Window Brazilian Missionaries and the Window MB-503 Ted Limpic Sepal 2002

35 Brazilian Cross-cultural Missionaries Working Inside & Outside of Brazil MB-501 Ted Limpic Sepal 2000

36 Ted Limpic Sepal MB-001


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