Two LRA commanders have been removed from the battlefield, Maj. Gen. Ceasar Acellam and Lt. Colonel Vincent Binansio “Binani” Okumu.
44 radio operators from CAR and DR Congo were trained on using the Early Warning Radio Network to protect themselves and their communities in December 2012
LRA killings of civilians dropped 67% from 2011 to 2012
690,000 defection fliers have been printed and distributed across DR Congo and CAR
5 LRA (2 men and 3 women) surrendered in CAR on November 28, 2012 with a defection flier designed and printed by Invisible Children in-hand
IC constructed 3 FM radio towers to broadcast "come home" messages over
37,000 sq/km of LRA traveled territory (Mbokie, Obo, Dungu).
89% of LRA escapees credit "come home" messaging as the reason they decided to attempt escape
37 rural communities in central Africa are linked into Invisible Children's Early Warning Radio Network which uses HF long-range radios to give advance warning of security threats
The Kony 2012 resolution is introduced in the House of Representatives 8 days after the launch of KONY 2012
The European Union pledges support for efforts to stop the LRA on April 19th, 2012
EU & AU
The United Nations and African Union release their strategy for stopping the LRA.
Eight countries and institutions sent representatives to attend Invisible Children's Global Summit on the LRA in Washington, DC, to discuss stopping the LRA
On January 2013, Congress passed new legislation authorizing a reward of up to $5 million for information that leads to the arrest of Joseph Kony (Rewards for Justice Bill).
The signatures of 3,729,815 people from 185 countries were delivered to the U.S. Ambassador to the UN, the UN's special representative for Central Africa, and the African Union's Special Envoy on the LRA issue on June 26th
12,464 people from around the world registered with Invisible Children to attend the Global Summit on the LRA and march around the White House on November 17, 2012
700 people gathered in Washington, DC, to speak with their congressional representatives about Joseph Kony and the LRA. On November 16, 2012, there were 300 lobby meetings held.
On April 25th, President Obama personally announced the renewal of the US commitment to help end the violence of the LRA.
The U.S. Senate unanimously passes the KONY 2012 resolution which condemns Joseph Kony's atrocities and encourages the U.S. to support efforts to stop the LRA