Fall 2020 Internship || Engagement and Administration
The Engagement and Administration Internship is key to ensuring that the headquarters office is able to provide maximum support to our teams on the ground as they work with central African communities. This person takes on two very important roles. First, you’ll engage donors and supporters through direct one-on-one communication as well as through mass […]
Special Analysis | Kony’s authority weakens, but LRA abducts civilians
Even as Joseph Kony’s authority has waned and the LRA’s command structure splinters, the group remains a persistent threat to central African communities.
How raising goats and repairing roads strengthens community resilience
With small investments into sustainable livelihood projects, we’re reinforcing community resilience.
The importance of mental health support for peacebuilding
We’re working with central African peace committees to equip them with tools to address mental health needs in their communities and break cycles of violent conflict.
Special Alert: Escalation of LRA attacks causes displacement
During a series of attacks in April and May, Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) forces abducted six people, including three children, and temporarily detained and looted 92 others. While many communities are responding with strategies to reduce risk, many have been displaced by the increase in violence.
Invisible Children Partner Sister Angélique Namaika a finalist for the Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity
On April 24, 2020, our dear friend and Congolese partner Sister Angélique Namaika was named as an Aurora Humanitarian and one of four finalists for the Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity during an online discussion hosted by the Aurora Humanitarian Initiative. As an Aurora Humanitarian, Sister Angélique is recognized and celebrated as a hero for […]
Our Liberty is Bound Together | Convictions Put to the Test
The COVID-19 crisis is proving how interconnected we truly are and it is challenging us to embody our convictions unlike ever before.
House Passes Bipartisan Resolution on Conflict in CAR
On March 3, the House overwhelmingly adopted H.Res. 387 by a margin of 378 to 7, a clear sign of support for the Central African Republic (CAR).
Response to Surge in LRA Escapes Enabled by USAID-funded CRCA Activity
In January 2020, there was a surge of escapees from armed groups in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), eastern Central African Republic (CAR), and Sudan. Over the course of two weeks in January, 12 individuals escaped from armed groups, including nine children. Five other individuals, including two children, escaped from the Lord’s Resistance Army […]