Expose the truth. Help create accountability for those who profit from corruption and conflict in Africa.

The Sentry investigates people and companies who profit from corruption and violent conflict in the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Myanmar, South Sudan, Sudan, and Zimbabwe, and works to help hold these corrupt actors accountable. If you have information about corruption, theft of state resources, or war profiteering in any of these countries, we want to hear from you.

Your safety and security are our first priority. Choose the way to contact us that’s best for you. Avoid using computers or internet connections you do not own. Consider your circumstances and the risks of sharing information using the methods we describe here. For more information on protecting your digital security, consult the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Surveillance Self-Defense guide.



Submit information anonymously with GlobaLeaks

GlobaLeaks is an open-source system that lets people and organizations anonymously submit information. Information you submit to The Sentry through GlobaLeaks will be sent in encrypted format straight to our investigative team and no one else. When submitting information through this method, you should use a computer or other web-enabled device you trust and take additional measures to reinforce your privacy, such as deleting your browser’s temporary files and browsing history.

If you would like to provide information using this system, click the button below to begin the submission process.


For added security, we recommend you use the Tor Browser.

1. Download the Tor Browser at www.torproject.org
2. Copy the following address:
3. Open a Tor Browser window.
4. Paste the address into a Tor Browser window and press return.

For more information, see the Tor User Manual.



Submit information by email

The Sentry accepts information by e-mail at [email protected] and [email protected].

If you have an email account through the security-focused provider ProtonMail, the contents of any e-mail you send to [email protected] will automatically be encrypted for extra security. We recommend you use a general subject line for any email you send. Even when you use email encryption, the subject line will not be encrypted. In addition, we note that sending email through an email address that is personally or professionally associated with you may not be ideal for ensuring the security of your communication with us.