Civil Unrest In Central African Republic
The growing systematic violence occuring in the Central African Republic has forced hundreds of thousands to flee the country as refugees, without addequate food or medical services. The international community has recognized the problem, and made efforts to intervene, but answers are hard to come by.
A refugee family walking to see relatives in the Mbile refugee camp.
Central African Republic: The Central African Crisis - From Predation to Stabilisation
ICG, 17 June 2014
The crisis that has plagued the Central African Republic (CAR) since December 2012, particularly predation by both authorities and armed groups, has led to the collapse of the… Read more »
MSF, 16 June 2014
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is dismayed at the high level of organized violence against civilians by armed groups in the Grimari and Bambari provinces of the Ouaka… Read more »
Central African Republic: UN Appeals for Safe Haven for Civilians Fleeing Violence in Central African Republic
UN News, 13 June 2014
As ongoing violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) continues to drive civilians to seek safety elsewhere, the United Nations refugee agency is appealing to neighbouring… Read more »