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Integrated Village Ministry, or known as PESAT, is a interdenomination Christian ministry organization established in 1987 as a response to the calling to develop villages in Indonesia through education, health, economy and spiritual.

Our concern to child education in villages has been our motivation in establishing kindergarten, elementary school, junior and senior high schools in remote villages in Indonesia. Also, student’s lodging, dormitory, and the education and sponsorship program called Future Center.

PESAT is also developing village people by empowering them economically through, such as, micro credit program, credit union (koperasi), business assistance, and life skills training.
Providing appropriate health care for village people through the establishment of a medical clinic with subsidization and free treatment.

PESAT ministry to the people in villages is exceed every borders, cultures and beliefs for the sake of sharing the love of God to those who are neglected. You can support us!




Village Portrait and PESAT’s Commitment

The face of Indonesian villages is identical with poverty, diseases, undevelopment and static life. The majority of the poor people in Indonesia live in villages (63,5%). BPS (Indonesia’s Central Statistic Bureau) year 2004 stated that 80% of these poor people only have elementary education level or elementary school graduates.

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It seems that there’s a correlation between the education level with poverty, surely many people in villages have lower education level than people in cities, thus education is one of the most important pillars in developing villages.

Limited job available and inappropriate infrastructure have also caused some villages become isolated and made these villages difficult to grow and develop. In the situation like this, PESAT therefore exist with a commitment to bring good news, declaring God’s love and lifting up the pride and dignity of the village people in Indonesia.


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