Mapping Violence in Central Africa
The Crisis Tracker is a geospatial database and reporting project that tracks armed group activity and conflict-related incidents in the remote border region encompassing northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo and eastern Central African Republic.
Abductions by Armed Groups
Last 3 Months
All Time
Quick Stats:

Armed groups perpetrated 216 attacks in the past 365 days, compared with 226 attacks in the previous 365 days.

This represents a -4.4% decrease in attacks.

Armed groups perpetrated 60 killings and 76 abductions in the past 365 days compared to 107 killings and 35 in the previous 365 days.

This represents a -43.9% decrease in fatalities and a 117.1% increase in abductions.

Note: These stats include attacks by various armed groups, not all of whom are represented on the public version of the Crisis Tracker map due to do no harm concerns. Please contact us if you would like to request further information.

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Returnee · about 2 months ago · Aug 04, 2023
16 combatants, women, and children from the Mboki-based LRA faction traveled to Zemio to demobilize to a DDR delegation.
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