Attack Alert

  • 2015-04-18 near Guinikoumba: A suspected LRA group composed of 8 women and 7 men were reportedly camped 12 km away from Guinikoumba, CAR, on the Zemio-Obo road. They stopped a hunter and asked him if there were many items in the community and to collect honey for them.
  • 2015-04-18 near Masombo: 2 Ugandan women, 2 boys and 2 girls reportedly escaped from LRA forces and were received by the population in Li-Sugba, near Masombo, DRC. They reportedly escaped because they were hungry. Their group was composed of women, men and children.
  • 2015-04-18 near Mboki: A Mbororo herder was reportedly ambushed and looted by suspected LRA forces who were crossing the road near Mboki, CAR.The group was composed of around 30 individuals, including men, women and a small child.
  • 2015-04-16 The 6 Central African civilians abducted by suspected LRA forces on the DRC side of the Mbomou River were reportedly released the next day, 5 km away from the Mbomou River.
  • 2015-04-15 4 men left Koumbonoungo, CAR, to go hunt on the DRC side of the Mbomou river, when one of them was ambushed by suspected LRA forces. The 3 others managed to escape. The assailants forced the victim along the river, and captured 5 other hunters on the way.

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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.