For nearly a decade, the people of Sudan and the governance crisis they face have continued to fall off the radar of the international community and concerned citizens. Operation Broken Silence was founded to reverse this trend and help garner support for the people of Sudan along the way.
We know that if we can show people the reality of the atrocities being committed by Sudan's dictatorship, they will respond with empathy, hope, and generosity. Through the immense power of visual storytelling, we give the Sudanese people an opportunity to speak out for themselves and inspire people around the world to get involved in our Education and Emergency Relief programs. Our stunning media projects showcasing their stories mobilize people for action, as well as prove where every dollar you raise and give goes.
Operation Broken Silence currently has two media projects that you can bring and will be able to bring to your community in the future:
The Yida Photography Exhibit is a new social-action art installation that critically examines the long-term impacts of the war and genocide in Sudan through the eyes of those who have escaped. LEARN MORE »
Yida is a new documentary film that examines life in the largest refugee camp for those who have fled government attacks in Sudan. This feature-length film is currently in post-production and has a targeted completion date of December 2017, with a public release date of November 2018. LEARN MORE »
We invite you to visit the "Get Involved" section of our website for other opportunities to help the people of Sudan. GET INVOLVED »