Together we develop servant leaders

who reconcile relationships and transform communities.

Our History

In 1994, African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM) was founded as a response to the Rwandan Genocide and the civil and political unrest within Burundi and the DR Congo. Rev. Dr. Celestin Musekura survived the Rwandan Genocide and was left with a burden and calling to train and equip servant leaders in Africa while promoting inner healing and reconciliation.


individuals impacted in Africa

Kyotera 2021 PLTI group Picture

Focus Areas

Servant Leadership

ALARM believes that the crisis facing Africa is not poverty or disease, but a lack of servant leaders who put the needs of their communities and churches above their personal and tribal interests.

Peacebuilding, Justice, & Reconciliation

From the genocide in Rwanda and Sudan to the human atrocity and mass murder in DR Congo, South Sudan, Sudan, and Burundi, the church has been unable to respond effectively

Community Transformation

We believe that as leaders are trained, it is important to encourage them to take what they have learned and offer it to their surrounding communities by mentoring and discipling others in the same skills.

Who We Are

We’re Helping People in Need Around the World


Africa without violent racial, tribal, and religious, conflicts.

Our Mission:

To develop servant leaders in the African church and community who reconcile and transform lives affected by conflict and injustice.


individuals impacted in Africa

Long-Term Projects

Join Us Monthly

$250/month = 8 pastors/year attend a PLTI session

$150/month = 7 justice system actors/year attend a Peacebuilding Training

$50/month = 2 IWE girls secondary students receive meals for the entire school year

$30/month = 3 goats/year purchased for 1 beneficiary of the Sustainable Livelihood for Women Project

*These numbers exist to demonstrate the impact that can be made with a monthly gift. They are an approximation of the financial cost.

Where Most Needed

Your monthly gift makes an exponential impact in Africa.

“Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness.” – 2 Corinthians 9:10