Insecurity Crippling Healthcare in CAR

The UN says thousands have been forced from their homes by an upsurge in fighting, with many civilians too scared to cross frontlines to seek help at hospitals and clinics.

  • Central African Republic:   Gun Battles Cripple Access to Healthcare

    Thomson Reuters Foundation, 24 November 2015

    After gunmen burned down her village in scrubland of Central African Republic's Ouaka region, Marceline Wanou fled into the forest with her two young sons, hoping to return in a… Read more »

A group of mothers with their children line up to receive their drugs at a hospital pharmacy in Bossangoa, in the northwest region.

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