In central Africa, isolated communities have very limited access to information that could help them address the underlying issues contributing to violent conflict and disrupt the spread of misinformation which also leads to violence.
Invisible Children works with local partners and international experts to create and distribute messages that engage Central African populations on a range of topics that impact the safety and resilience of their communities. Messages provide information and education on such topics as peaceful conflict mediation, environmental conservation, gender-based violence, and more with the goal of changing perspectives and behaviors that contribute to violent conflict.
We distribute messages using the same technology that local populations already use, including FM radio and secure digital (SD) cards as well as an innovative Mobile Cinema program.
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