Christian Solidarity International (CSI) was founded in 1977 in Switzerland as a Christian human rights organization that advocates for and helps victims of religious persecution, enslavement, victimized children, and victims of natural disaster. Led by our CEO, Dr. John Eibner, a world-renowned scholar and humanitarian, CSI-USA is the United States affiliate. Located in Westlake Village, CA, Christian Solidarity International-USA (CSI-USA), has been a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in good standing since 1998.

Recent News

CSI Welcomes Termination of American Support for Jihadists in Syria

President Donald Trump has ordered the C.I.A. to end its covert arming and training of anti-government rebels in Syria, according to anonymous “officials” cited by the Washington Post. Since 2011, when President Barack Obama declared in 2011 that Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad must “step aside“ to make way for a “democratic transition,” weapons supplied by the… Read more »

400 Slave Liberated!

The slave liberation took place on June 17th and 18th, CSI was able to free 400 slaves from Northern Sudan. After being liberated each freed slave received: 1 goat 1 survival kit, including groundnuts and a hoe 50 kg of sorghum (usually we distribute 2 kg/person; owing to the hunger crisis, the amount was raised… Read more »

Projects

Slavery in South Sudan

CSI has been working on the ground in Sudan since 1995 to liberate Christians and other non-Muslims forced into slavery by Islamist militiamen armed and directed by the Khartoum regime. Working through a local underground network, we have rescued tens of thousands of people from slavery.  Still, thousands remain in bondage – over 35,000 according to a Sudanese government official. Learn more about CSI’s slavery work

Christians in the Middle East

Christians are being driven from their homes in Iraq and Syria. The remaining ones are either to old or to poor to flee the violence. CSI is working on the ground in Iraq to bring supplies to embattled communities. Learn more about CSI in Iraq and the Middle East.