Attack Alert

  • 2015-01-01 near Gangala na Bodio: The motorcyclist ambushed and looted by LRA forces between Nagero, DRC, and Dungu, DRC, was released a few hours later with a letter to be delivered to the security force chief in Gangala na Bodio, DRC.
  • 2015-01-01 near Gangala na Bodio: A motorcyclist going from Nagero, DRC, to Dungu, DRC, was ambushed and abducted by a large group of LRA forces. The assailants looted all the victim's goods, including the clothes he was wearing.
  • 2014-12-30 near Route 4: Armed men, suspected by the community to be LRA, looted a group of 2 motorcyclists and 6 cyclists going from Faradje, DRC, to the market in Sambia, DRC. 3 of the assailants were stationed on the road and many more were in the bush.
  • 2014-12-28 to 2014-12-29 near Bitima: 6 men, suspected to be LRA forces, looted 10 households west of Bitima, DRC. The assailants were all reportedly armed with AK-type weapons and spoke Acholi - one of them also spoke Pazande. After the looting the assailants left going east.
  • 2014-12-28 near Kpaika: A motorcyclist going from Dungu to Duru, DRC, heard several whistles followed by gunshots. The civilian left his motorcycle and fled in the bush, from where he saw 5 armed suspected LRA forces looting his goods. The victim warned nearby security forces.

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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.