• September 26, 2013
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Crisis Tracker report: See where the LRA is communicating with civilians

Today we released the 2013 LRA Crisis Tracker Mid-Year Security Brief, which analyzes trends and patterns in LRA activity from January 2013 to June 2013. We’ve officially transitioned into the digital age by making the data in the report interactive, allowing you to rollover the graphs to get precise numbers, click on plotted map points for additional information, and focus on the specific datasets you are most interested in. For those preferring the more traditional version, you can download the English-language pdf here and the French-language pdf here.

Below are the top four trends from the brief. The full report includes analyzes the relationship between mass LRA attacks and Ugandan military deployments in CAR, how LRA groups are communicating with local civilians in DR Congo, and other trends in LRA activity.

As always, we look forward to your feedback.

-Paul (paul@theresolve.org)

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Paul Ronan
Paul Ronan

Paul Ronan is Project Director for The Resolve. @pauldronan