Ushahidi – Local SMS number 6007

Ushahidi now has a local number where you can SMS incidents of violence or report on peace efforts. The number is 6007 (normal SMS costs apply).

Please help us publicize this number locally – it’s part of our effort to make sure that we are reaching as many people as possible on the ground.

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