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November 18, 2016

by Invisible Children

Behind the Scenes || Camille and the LRA Crisis Tracker

Ever wondered how our LRA Crisis Tracker works? Or about the people behind it? If so, you’re in luck: today we’re here with some answers! Meet Camille: Invisible Children’s Early Warning Network & LRA Crisis Tracker Project Officer. Camille works closely with Invisible Children’s teams in the Central African Republic (CAR) and the DR Congo […]

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August 26, 2016

by Invisible Children

Staff Spotlight // Jean de Dieu Kandape

World, meet Jean de Dieu Kandape, Invisible Children’s Early Warning Program Manager in Central Africa. Jean de Dieu has been a key member of the Invisible Children team for just over four years and it’s no stretch to say that in that time we’ve come to love him more than a cool breeze in August. We […]

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July 6, 2016

by Invisible Children

MEET THE INTERNS | BEN & SARAH

It’s pretty wild to believe that our summer interns, Ben and Sarah, have been here for a month already. It hasn’t taken nearly that long for us to fall in love with them, which is why we’re excited for you get to know them too! We sat down with these two gems for an inside scoop into […]

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June 18, 2016

by Invisible Children

Papa Joseph || Father of Invisible Children CAR

This Father’s Day, we want to introduce you to the incomparable Papa Joseph, Invisible Children’s Early Warning Network Project Assistant in Obo, Central African Republic (CAR). Papa Joseph hails from Zemio, CAR, a small town near the DR Congo (DRC) border and not far from Obo, where our Invisible Children CAR office is located. In […]

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May 8, 2016

by Invisible Children

Who runs the world? Moms like Melanie.

This Mother’s Day, we’re celebrating one of the best moms we know. Meet Melanie Zawadi, Invisible Children’s Head of Office in DR Congo. Back in 2010, when Invisible Children first started working with communities in DR Congo (DRC) targeted by LRA violence, Melanie was one of the first community leaders we met. We were introduced […]

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February 19, 2016

by Invisible Children

Raise your hand if you love Ananda Robie

This month, we said “Au Revoir” to one of our very best, the incomparable Ananda Robie. Ananda first joined the Invisible Children team in 2011 as a National Tour “roadie.” She arrived bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, wearing her now-infamous homemade roadie sweatshirt — a memorable entrance for which we will forever tease her….and forever love her. […]

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June 9, 2015

by Invisible Children

A message from Lisa Dougan

After 10 years as our fearless leader, Ben Keesey is passing the torch to Lisa Dougan who will serve as Invisible Children’s new President & CEO in 2015 and beyond. Lisa has worked with Invisible Children since 2006, and there is no one more capable or qualified than her to powerfully push our mission forward. […]

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June 8, 2015

by Invisible Children

Passing the Torch

Dear Supporters, Serving as the Executive Director of Invisible Children for the last ten years has been one of the most tremendous honors of my life. I am humbled to have had such an amazing opportunity to support our mission of bringing a permanent end to LRA violence. Every day I worked for Invisible Children, […]

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December 23, 2014

by Liz Arthur

Invisible Children programs continuing in 2015

As you’ve probably heard, Invisible Children will be undergoing some major changes in 2015. Namely, we are downsizing the bulk of our U.S. programs and operations to prioritize our political advocacy and central Africa programs through 2015. But what does this mean? Below is an outline of exactly which of our programs will be sticking […]

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December 22, 2014

by Miranda Brown

Don’t be afraid // Reflections from Bethany Bylsma

Last week, we announced some major changes we’re making next year. And in the past few days, we’ve been overwhelmed with positive responses, full of love, nostalgia and inspiration. All of you have been sharing your stories and expressing how much you’ve learned through your time with us. We absolutely LOVE that. Storytelling is an important […]

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