Attack Alert

  • 2014-11-21 near Obo: A man and a girl returned from LRA captivity and arrived in Obo, CAR. The man is about 30 years old and was reportedly abducted from a community near Juba and Yambio, S. Sudan. The 16-year-old girl was reportedly abducted 3 years prior from Bakouma, CAR.
  • 2014-11-19 near Naparka: 6 assailants, suspected to be LRA forces, were reportedly sighted by cyclists south-west of Naparka, DRC. The assailants were heading south-east.
  • 2014-11-18 near Banda: The 6 armed LRA forces who abducted 6 cyclists east of Banda, DRC, to carry the looted goods then released 5 of them. The released victims reported that the assailants kept hitting the remaining captive and that the assailants reportedly left going north.
  • 2014-11-18 near Banda: 6 Congolese cyclists returning to Banda, DRC, from the DRC-S. Sudan border market, fell into the ambush of 6 armed LRA forces who reportedly spoke Acholi and a poor Lingala. The civilians were looted and abducted to carry the looted goods into the bush.
  • 2014-11-15 near Banda: Suspected LRA forces reportedly ordered fishermen to help them cross the Api river, DRC. The presumed LRA group then looted a large quantity of corn and peanuts and temporarily abducted civilians for husking the corn.

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LRA Crisis Tracker

The LRA Crisis Tracker is a real-time mapping platform and data collection system created to bring an unprecedented level of transparency to the atrocities of the Lord's Resistance Army.

Using information sourced from Invisible Children's Early Warning Radio Network, UN agencies, and local NGOs, this tool allows for better response from governments, policy-makers, and humanitarian organizations.

This joint project, developed by Invisible Children and Resolve, marks the first time data surrounding the crisis has been comprehensively aggregated and made publicly available.


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