Yes, there are procedures that AIM follows, and we seek to be wise about how we live to avoid unnecessary risk. Assessments of the situation in a country are made regularly and if we are asked to leave we will comply.
However at the end of the day we believe there are worst things in life than being unsafe. As we have lived for the past 8 years in north philadelphia, we know that nothing is promised, and have personally been touched by violence, robbery and a general lack of security. However we have had the joy and opportunity to share the love of God with so many people.
Jesus loves Rwanda and He is there too. Following God may not always be safe, but it is always right and good.