Asian Rural Institute - Rural Leaders Training Center (ARI)
1973 Tochigi Japan
1973, Tochigi (Japan), following initiative, 1959, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), of East Asia Christian Conference (EACC), currently D-XD0475 - Christian Conference of Asia (CCA), and creation, 1960, of a training programme at Tsurukawa Rural Theological Seminary, Tokyo (Japan). Registered in accordance with Japanese law.
In the love of Jesus Christ, nurture and train rural community leaders; facilitate development of people in the Third World at grassroots level to achieve a just and peaceful society in which each can live to the fullest potential, sharing resources and abilities for the common good.
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