Formed in 2003, Alatoo Community Development’s vision is to provide training and assistance to local initiatives that respond to key social issues within their society. These include health (physical and spiritual), domestic violence, human trafficking, HIV/AIDS, and youth empowerment. These activities open doors for the Gospel while also lifting the reputation of Christians as people who care for their communities. Since their founding, they have worked in 15 villages, benefiting more than 11,000 people. Partners has been investing in Alatoo since 2006, developing their ministry through leadership training, community development training, and organizational development coaching.

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Formed in 2003, Alatoo Community Development’s vision is to provide training and assistance to local initiatives that respond to key social issues within their society. These include health (physical and spiritual), domestic violence, human trafficking, HIV/AIDS, and youth empowerment. These activities open doors for the Gospel while also lifting the reputation of Christians as people who care for their communities. Since their founding, they have worked in 15 villages, benefiting more than 11,000 people. Partners has been investing in Alatoo since 2006, developing their ministry through leadership training, community development training, and organizational development coaching.

the Country where Alatoo works is a former Soviet republic located in the heart of Central Asia. After gaining independence in the 1990s, this was considered to be the most democratic country in the region. However, over the last several years, it has gone through two “revolutions” as well as severe ethnic conflict sparked by unemployment and poverty. These events brought the nation to the point of economic and social collapse.

The religious situation has also been shifting. The government approved a new law which complicates the process of officially registering churches and limits the rights of believers. In this anti-Christian environment, the influence of Islam and its extremist groups is growing.

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Deborah Conference sets women on fire for the Lord

October 13, 2017

Every spring Alatoo brings dozens of women from seven regions together for “Deborah Conference.” The women travel from remote villages or towns where there are few believers. Some of the…

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Villages Welcome Medical Caravan

September 21, 2017

Last month we shared about one of the villages our Medical Caravan visited. Now that the 10-day event is over, we will share some of the outcomes, positive and a…

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Medical Caravan brings health and good will

August 30, 2017

Earlier this month, our Medical Caravan served three rural communities in the region of Central Asia where Alatoo ministers. The Caravan was made up of 4 family doctors, 4 children’s…

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Youth urged to open their envelope from God

July 11, 2017

For this year’s youth camp, God helped our Alatoo team choose children who had real needs. The 41 youth came from two villages where we work in Central Asia. They…

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Villagers get a taste of beauty

May 9, 2017

As the result of prayer, communities in two Central Asian villages opened up for us to hold two days of “Beauty Club.” It went very well. Members of the sustainable…

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Training brings change of heart … and threats

March 2, 2017

The Alatoo Community Development team held our “Healthy Family Living” seminar in one Central Asian village a few weeks ago with 33 participants from the community. We covered the topics…

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Fighting the horrors of bride kidnapping

January 11, 2017

Last month, the “Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women” (CEDAW)” wanted to learn the extent of the problem of bride kidnapping in their Central Asian region and what…

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Villagers decide on their own community project

December 15, 2016

Central Asia is a region of contrast, which is true about most developing countries. Luxury and comfort exist next to extreme poverty. For example, a lot of villages still have no…

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Standing firm to protect women

December 1, 2016

The issue of community development is more than just improving community infrastructure and improving people’s physical health. We also must address social problems that come from inside people. One of…

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KGIC-Deborah Conference

Thanks and Prayers

October 23, 2016

Our Alatoo team appreciates everyone who is serving together with us through prayer and finances! We thank God for your kind hearts and helping us to expand His Kingdom in…

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Formed in 2003, Alatoo Community Development’s vision is to provide training and assistance to local initiatives that respond to key social issues within their society. These include health (physical and spiritual), domestic violence, human trafficking, HIV/AIDS, and youth empowerment. These activities open doors for the Gospel while also lifting the reputation of Christians as people who care for their communities. Since their founding, they have worked in 15 villages, benefiting more than 11,000 people. Partners has been investing in Alatoo since 2006, developing their ministry through leadership training, community development training, and organizational development coaching.

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