Children at the Little Ripples school. 

Our Mission

Jewish World Watch (JWW) works to end genocide and mass atrocities worldwide by educating and mobilizing individuals, advocating for policy changes and funding projects to support and build resilience in conflict-affected communities.

Our 3 Pillars

Jewish World Watch was founded on three distinct principles: that we must educate ourselves, raise our collective voices, and refuse to stand idly by while atrocities take place. The principles have formed the foundation for the three pillars to our work: Education, Advocacy, and our Projects on-the-ground.


Education: JWW raises awareness of ongoing mass atrocities around the world, and helps communities and individuals learn what they can do to get involved. Through our various educational programs, we create a better informed community ready to take action. Find out more about our educational programs and learn about Genocide and the Conflict Areas which we monitor.



Advocacy: JWW works with elected officials and leaders in government to recommend and support concrete policy changes that will aid the U.S. government in preventing and responding to genocide and mass atrocities. We do this through direct engagement with members of Congress and the administration, the State department, USAID, and others. We create and cultivate grassroots efforts through petitions, letter writing and social media campaigns, and work with a variety of coalition partners. Learn more about our advocacy work and our current priorities.


Projects: In addition to creating and supporting impactful programs that empower communities to create change locally, JWW provides funding for projects that support and build resilience in conflict-affected communities. Read more about our projects on-the-ground, and what you can do to support them.



Survivor Stories

Abalhakim

Abalhakim works hard with his father, Adam, to build a library in Camp Kounoungo to educate the next generation of leaders, his peers. He is one of the lucky, few, teenage boys to have escaped the attack on his village. Like his father, he has not given up hope for a peaceful Darfur, and continues to work hard at his studies and in his community to make peace a reality.


You Can Help You Can Help
Your generosity ensures that we can continue to fight genocide and mass atrocities together by: educating and mobilizing individuals, advocating for policy changes, and funding projects to support and build resilience in conflict-affected communities. Please donate now.