Since CSI-USA’s inception in 1998, our small-sized non-profit has raised $13 million dollars to provide aid to the terrorized, persecuted, brutalized and enslaved peoples on three continents. Aligned with The Universal Declaration of Human Rights among other international human rights laws, CSI’s work promotes religious liberty and freedom from persecution; freedom from enslavement, the right to human dignity, and the protection of victimized children and victims of disaster.
As we’ve witnessed here in the United States, the spread of violent global jihad is closer to home than ever before. We provide aid to victims of violent jihadists such as ISIS and Boko Haram across the Middle East and Africa. Our work in Sudan started in 1995 after witnessing the kidnapping and subsequent killings, brutality and enslavement of the South Sudanese at the hands of North Sudanese jihadists. CSI is the only charity in the United States liberating slaves forced into captivity during the Sudanese civil war.
Led by our CEO Dr. John Eibner, a world-renowned humanitarian and human rights advocate, CSI distributes live-saving aid to those in need. We take stewardship seriously: For every dollar generously donated, 82% goes to program aid and advocacy, 11% goes to administration, and just 7% goes towards fundraising.
CSI documents and publicizes violations. Through congressional testimony, media outreach and direct lobbying, CSI pressures the U.S. and other governments to take a stand against human rights atrocities.
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