Neglected communities in places like central Africa live with the daily threat of violence from multiple armed groups. Without basic government support or communications systems, they are left completely unprotected with no way to call for help.
People aren’t the only targets. In remote and economically poor places like these, communities and criminals alike depend on the natural environment for their survival. Armed groups like the LRA terrorize communities while funding their crimes through illegal wildlife poaching and trafficking. These cycles of violence and exploitation threaten the very existence of entire communities and their ecosystems.
we fight LRA and other armed groups
we provide psychological help
we create schools and job opportunities
In 2019, Fuani could escape with her two children after being held captive by LRA for nearly 10 years. Today, Sarah and her children are safely in our care system.
After six years in LRA captivity, Kembo managed to escape. Today he is staying with an Invisible Children host family who helped him adjust to his new life.
Makiese was hold captive by LRA for nearly four years. She decided to help other captives to recover from the experience and reunite them with their families.
Due to a university project, David became aware of our project. He decided to support IC by hand and helped reuniting families.
The history professor Martin not just supports Invisible Children with his donations, but also by educating his students about the LRA conflict.
As a mom of three, Susan was touched by the stories she heard about the fate of the children. She wants to help them having a better life.
Every community should have the right to be safe and free from violence. Unfortunately, not every community is. Help us spread the word for a better world.