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“Ethos- We believe in equal and inherent value of all human life.  We believe that a worldview bound by borders is outdated and that stopping injustice anywhere is the responsibility of humanity everywhere.  We call this ethos the Fourth Estate.

 

Context- Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army have been abducting, killing, and displacing civilians in East and central Africa since 1987.  We first encountered these atrocities in northern Uganda in 2003 when we met a boy named Jacob who feared for his life and a woman named Jolly who had a vision for a better future.  Together, we promised Jacob that we would do whatever we could to stop Joseph Kony and the LRA.  Invisible Children was founded in 2004 to fulfill that promise.

 

Model- Invisible Children focuses exclusively on the LRA conflict through an integrated four-part model that addresses the problem in its entirety: immediate needs and long-term effects.”

 

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