In 1994, the world failed to stop the massacre of more than 800,000 innocent people in Rwanda. Today the world's response to the current bloodshed in Africa is shockingly similar.
Civilians continue to be the victims of widespread crimes against humanity in Sudan, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, northern Uganda, and the Horn of Africa. This rampant, man-made suffering warrants an immediate and robust response, yet inadequate attention from our world leaders allows these horrors to persist.
The Enough Project focuses on Africa, not only because of the grave challenges on the continent, but because of the opportunities as well. Enough is committed to bringing lasting change to these countries, where action and accountability are most urgent.