Rwanda has undergone violent ethnic, civil, and political events that have included a mass genocide and other fatal conflicts. These events have affected the Christian church within Rwanda and have left Rwanda without true leadership and justice. ALARM recognizes the vital role that leaders play and without servant leadership training, there is little hope for the country to find peace and reconciliation. It is in this context that ALARM Rwanda was founded. The purpose of ALARM Rwanda is to fill the gap that focuses on servant leadership development, peacebuilding, trauma healing, forgiveness, and reconciliation.
- 27,300+ people have been served by ALARM Rwanda
- 3,200+ individuals have been trained in leadership by ALARM Rwanda
- 1,650+ people have benefited from the ALARM Rwanda Peacebuilding, Justice, and Reconciliation Programs
- 22,400+ individuals served by the ALARM Rwanda Community Transformation Projects
January 6th–7th (2022)
4th Quarter (2021)