Posted on May 23, 2014

Goma, D.R. Congo is the rape capital of the world. This is where ALARM lives and works, ministering to deeply victimized and traumatized women. ALARM Congo is dedicated to teaching and sharing God’s word that they are not forgotten. That they can be made whole again.   We are thrilled to share with you a ...

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2013 Annual Report Now Available

Posted on April 09, 2014

We are delighted to share with you our brand-new 2013 annual report! With the support of our faithful friends, ALARM was able to train 12,316 pastors, community leaders, peacebuilders, entrepreneurs, lawyers, judges, police officers, and many others. We are so grateful for your partnership with us!

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Finding Peace After Genocide - Celestin Musekura Interviewed on NPR

Posted on April 07, 2014

On April 4, 2014, ALARM President Celestin Musekura joined National Public Radio (NPR) host Michel Martin to discuss how faith has helped foster reconciliation in Rwanda 20 years after the start of the genocide.

To listen to the interview or to read the full transcript, visit:

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VIDEO PREMIERE: How Do You Make a Difference in Africa

Posted on March 03, 2014


How do you make a difference in Africa? Do you work to end poverty... find a cure for HIV/AIDS... care for orphans? These are important issues, but underneath so many of Africa's challenges is an even greater problem: leadership. Celestin Musekura, Ph.D, ALARM founder and president, shares ALARM's mission to ...

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ALARM Receives 4-Star Rating From Charity Navigator

Posted on February 11, 2014

  ALARM (African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries) recently received Charity Navigator’s coveted 4-star rating for ALARM’s commitment to sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency. According to Ken Berger, Charity Navigator’s president and CEO, “Approximately a quarter of the charities we evaluate have received our highest rating, indicating that ALARM outperforms ...

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