80 entries found
Sort by: Latest |Relevance
15 Mar 2018 description
report Invisible Children

Il y a eu au moins 22 attaques sur des civils en janvier 2018, dans la région frontalière de Mbomou-Uélé, lors desquelles au moins 5 civils ont été tués et 26 autres ont été enlevés. En févriern, l’on compte 30 attaques qui ont tué au moins 15 civils et mené à l’enlèvement de 25 autres. L’un des changements les plus significatifs de janvier-février 2018, en comparaison avec des périodes similaires des années précédentes, fut la réduction drastique de l’activité de la LRA, particulièrement au sujet de leurs enlèvements.

06 Mar 2018 description
report Invisible Children

There were at least 22 attacks on civilians in the Mbomou Uele border region in January 2018, in which at least five civilians were killed and 26 others abducted. In February, there were 30 attacks, killing at least 15 civilians and abducting 25 others. One of the most significant changes in January–February 2018 relative to comparable periods in previous years was the dramatic reduction in LRA activity, particularly abductions.

20 Dec 2017 description
report Invisible Children

Overall levels of violence in the Mbomou-Uele border region* continued to decline in November compared to previous months, in part because the LRA committed fewer attacks (two) and abductions (zero) than it has in any month since at least June 2008. However, intercommunal conflict in Haut Mbomou and Mbomou prefectures of Central African Republic (CAR) did continue in November 2017, with armed men from the Peuhl community committing two attacks in which at least 20 civilians were killed.

20 Dec 2017 description
report Invisible Children

*Les niveaux de violence dans la région frontalière Mbomou-Uélé * ont continué de baisser en Novembre par rapport aux mois précédents, en partie parce que la LRA a commis le moins d’attaques (deux) et le moins d’enlèvements (zéro) par mois depuis le mois de Juin 2008. Cependant, les conflits intercommunautaires dans les préfectures du Haut Mbomou et du Mbomou en République Centrafricaine (RCA) se sont poursuivis en Novembre 2017, avec des hommes armés de la communauté Peuhl qui ont commis deux attaques dans lesquels au moins 20 civils ont été tués.*

22 Nov 2017 description
report Invisible Children

Les groupes armés ont été responsables de sept attaques contre des civils en Octobre 2017, le chiffre le plus faible de la région frontalière Mbomou-Uélé depuis le début de 2017. Sur les sept attaques, quatre ont été commises par des groupes de l’Armée de Résistance du Seigneur (LRA) en République Centrafricaine. Deux autres attaques dans l’est de la RCA ont été liés à des tendances récentes de violence intercommunautaire et de compétition entre les groupes armés ex-Séléka et anti-balaka.

21 Oct 2017 description
report Invisible Children

Au troisième trimestre (Juillet-Septembre) 2017, les affrontements entre les groupes armés et les attaques contre des civils ont continué à dominer l’environnement sécuritaire de la région frontalière du Mbomou-Uélé. En République Centrafricaine (RCA), les combats impliquant des factions ex-Séléka, anti-balaka et d’autres acteurs armés étaient concentrés dans des villes telles que Bria (préfecture de la Haute Kotto) et Zemio (préfecture du Haut Mbomou), tandis que la sécurité s’est améliorée dans d’autres localités, comme Bangassou (préfecture de Mbomou).

20 Oct 2017 description
report Invisible Children

Clashes between armed groups and attacks on civilians continued to dominate the security landscape in the Mbomou-Uele border region* in Quarter 3 (July–September) 2017. In eastern Central African Republic (CAR), fighting involving ex-Seleka factions, anti-balaka militias, and other armed actors was concentrated in towns such as Bria (Haute Kotto prefecture) and Zemio (Haut Mbomou prefecture), while security improved in other locations, such as Bangassou (Mbomou prefecture).

14 Sep 2017 description
report Invisible Children

Civilians targeted in eastern CAR, LRA transports ivory through DRC

Overview

17 Jul 2017 description
report Invisible Children

Overview

Sectarian tensions steadily escalated in eastern Central African Republic (CAR) in the first six months of 2017. In June, violence spread from Haut Kotto and Mbomou prefectures into the communities of Zemio and Mboki in neighboring Haut Mbomou prefecture. Attacks by ex-Seleka, anti-balaka, and armed Peuhl have killed at least 346 civilians in the three prefectures since January 2017, including 177 in June alone.

14 Jun 2017 description
report Invisible Children

One year ago this month, a group of Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) fighters released 12 women and children, handing them over to one of our local partners in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The LRA group also passed along a message that they would release more captives if the 12 women and children were well cared for. We asked for your support to help us care for the released women and children, rapidly broadcast “Come Home” radio messages targeting this LRA group, and equip local communities to safely receive LRA escapees.

12 Jun 2017 description
report Invisible Children

Armed groups have killed 220 civilians and abducted 96 others in eastern Central African Republic (CAR) since January 2017, while also killing eight peacekeepers from the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the CAR (MINUSCA). Leadership from the UN Security Council and U.S. government is needed to expand community-based early warning, resilience, and social cohesion programs in eastern CAR and ensure MINUSCA more effectively implements its protection of civilians mandate.

01 Jun 2017 description
report Invisible Children

In central Africa, where remoteness and limited infrastructure cause many communities to be isolated from each other and the world around them, FM radio can be a powerful tool for connection. Whether in a larger town, a small nomadic community, or deep in the forest, many people, including fighters in Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), listen to the radio.

26 May 2017 description
report Invisible Children

In the last decade, hundreds of individuals have escaped or been released from captivity in Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). Some have been women and children, released in large groups by LRA commanders. Many were held captive for a few days, forced to porter goods looted from their own homes. Hundreds were held captive for years, made to fight as soldiers or forced into marriages with LRA officers in camps hidden deep in the forest before finally seizing an opportunity to escape.

13 May 2017 description
report Invisible Children

Local leaders are at the heart of everything we do to end violence and exploitation in vulnerable communities in central Africa. One of the many resourceful leaders developing innovative solutions to keep communities safe from violence is Maurille, who works with our community partner in the Central African Republic (CAR), Vie et Espoir.