Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Invisible Children

Have you heard about the three young men in college who decided to travel to Uganda to have an adventure? They arrived to discover need and war and a purpose that has become their lives.

Their trip resulted in the organization of Invisible Children. They call it Invisible children in honour of those children who are often referred to as Night Walkers. They walk at night and hide to sleep so that they will not be kidnapped.
Since 2003, Invisible Children has worked to end Africa's longest running war and help rebuild what has been lost. Your donation today will help us build the region's first rehabilitation center, implement an early warning security network and support our international campaign to arrest Joseph Kony, rescue his child soldiers and bring peace after 25 years of war.
Take a look at this video:

Invisible Children: WHO WE ARE from INVISIBLE CHILDREN on Vimeo.
These young men have raised money to rebuild schools, provide mentors to children who had been kidnapped by rebel forces and forced to fight in a war they never chose.

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