Ten years since the beginning of crimes in the Darfur region of Sudan that the U.S. government found to constitute genocide, violence and aid restrictions exist in multiple locations throughout the country. An estimated 130,000 people have been newly displaced in the first months of 2013 alone. Continued aerial bombardment of civilian areas of South Kordofan and Blue Nile states, as well as blocking of humanitarian relief by the Government of Sudan, has led to over 900,000 Sudanese in dire need of humanitarian aid.Take Action Now »
It is time for the U.S. Government to do more and put an end to these atrocities.
Register for the Enough Project Advocacy Day.
On Monday, June 10, the Enough Project, in partnership with One Million Bones, will host an advocacy day in Washington, D.C. This will be an opportunity for activists to meet face-to-face with Members of Congress or their staff to educate them on mass atrocities which continue to unfold in Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and other areas affected by mass atrocities.Register Now
Read "Ensuring Success: Four Steps Beyond U.S. Troops to End the War with the LRA" which outlines the need for broader actions by the U.S. and other countries to enhance the chances for a successful deployment of military advisors.
President Obama deployed 100 U.S. military advisors to assist regional efforts aimed at ending the almost 25 year-old Lord’s Resistance Army crisis. This is an important step forward, but it needs to be accompanied by a larger effort and partnership in order to stop the LRA.
Thank President Obama for the deployment of the military advisors and ask him to do more to end this crisis.
Read more about the M23 rebellion in eastern Congo, led by General Bosco "The Terminator" Ntaganda.
The Obama administration has verbally condemned M23 and Rwanda’s role in the conflict, but that’s not enough. We must put pressure on the Government of Rwanda to stop destabilizing Congo for their own interests. The U.S. can act to suspend its international funding until Rwanda actively participates in a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
Learn more about Congo's conflict minerals crisis. Visit Enough's Raise Hope for Congo site >>
We ranked the top tech companies to see where they stand on getting to conflict free. See how the companies match up and show them there is a consumer demand for conflict-free products.Take action now on Raise Hope for Congo >>