Central African Republic

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17 Jan 2017
(21.09.2016) “It’s just like a market, we can choose ourselves what we need!” says Charlotte*, one of the 565 visitors to the relief goods fair organized in Nola, Sangha Mbaere [...]

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Cecile Endamag with her nephew and neighbour at her market stand. Photo: LWF/ C. Kästner
20 Aug 2015

Her assortment includes salt, onions, Maggi flavour cubes, little yellow peppers and cooking oil. Pointy plastic bags with the yellow liquid are shining in the afternoon sun. Once in a while, a customer comes to buy one of the little spice bags at Cecile Endamag’s (pictured above with her nephew photo: LWF/C. Kästner)  market stand […]

Romain Monsieur, FCA Programme Coordinator in CAR, while unloading a full truck of school kits supplied by Unicef at FCA office in CAR for distribution in schools.
08 Apr 2014

Violence associated with the Anti-Balaka insurrection in the Central African Republic (CAR) led to a sharp increase in refugees fleeing to Cameroon in early 2014. Although the fighting is between two religious groups – the Christian AntiBalaka and the Muslim Séléka rebels – and is often presented as a religious conflict, the violence is underpinned […]

A Sudanese refugee boy carrying water in Treguine refugee camp on the World Water Day March 22, 2012.
08 Aug 2013

Violence in the Central African Republic since March 2013 has left millions of people in need of emergency assistance and remains a major hindrance to relief efforts. We have long advocated for security and humanitarian access, and are supporting refugees who are spilling into the neighbouring countries of Chad and the Democratic Republic of the […]