Indigenous People's Technology and Education Center (I-TEC)


Dunnellon, FL
Founded: 1999
Current Status: Member
Member Since: February 26, 2010
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
Revenue  
   Cash Donations $651,314
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $175,608
   Total Revenue $826,922
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $706,471
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$120,451
Other $106,817
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$227,268
Total Assets $2,657,300
Total Liabilities $637,903
Net Assets $2,019,397

Data for year ended December 31, 2015
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Indigenous People's Technology and Education Center (I-TEC)
Dunnellon, FL
Tel: (352) 465-4545
Fax: (815) 377-3694
Website: http://www.itecusa.org
Top Leader: Mr. Steve Buer
Donor Contact: Mr. Jaime Saint

Ministry Description
Indigenous People's Technology and Education Center (I-TEC) develops, produces and distributes unique tools and training systems for frontier areas. We also train and equip indigenous God-followers to care for the physical and spiritual needs of their people as well as build bridges of understanding and partnership between Christian churches in developed nations and those in frontier areas.

ServantMatch®
I-DENT is a project to empower indigenous Christian lay-leaders by providing dental training and equipment to increase their effectiveness as they use dentistry to minister to their people’s “felt needs” and help spread the Gospel within their third-world communities. The ministry is non-denominational and evangelical.
I-FIX is a project to empower indigenous Christian lay-leaders by providing basic mechanical training, curriculum, and tools to increase their effectiveness as they use general mechanics, small gas engine repair, and diesel engine repair as they spread the Gospel within their third-world communities. The ministry is non-denominational and evangelical.
I-MED is a project to empower indigenous Christian lay-leaders by providing medical curriculum and training aids to increase their effectiveness as they use basic preventative and curative medicine to minister to their people’s “felt needs” and help spread the Gospel within their third-world communities. The ministry is non-denominational and evangelical.
I-SEE is a project to empower indigenous Christian lay-leaders by providing optical training and equipment to increase their effectiveness as they use optometry to minister to their people’s “felt needs” and help spread the Gospel within their third-world communities. The ministry is non-denominational and evangelical.
I-TEC's UAV program is designed to train indigenous Christ followers in frontier areas how to deliver Bible and medical tools to remote locations autonomously. This drone-like program can be utilized both day and night, in both good and inclement weather situations.
I-Fly is a project to empower missionaries and indigenous peoples to better spread the Gospel by using affordable and efficient aircraft designed for remote jungle areas. The I-Fly project also seeks to train indigenous peoples to build and fly aircraft to reduce dependency on missionaries or outside nations, and to allow them to fly to other locations and further spread the good news to new areas.

Ministry Sectors
  • Evangelism
  • Human Services & Medical

  • Ministry Types
  • Missions: Foreign (primary)
  • Aviation
  • Equipment
  • Medical, Dental, Health Svs