Central African Republic

In the Central African Republic, the ICRC helps people affected by conflict and violence. We provide aid, run livelihood-support projects and repair water and sanitation systems. We visit detainees, restore contact between relatives separated by conflict and promote international humanitarian law.

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In numbers

Between November 2015 and January 2016:

  • 250
    operations and 1,500 consultations took place at Bangui community hospital
  • 10,000
    consultations were carried out in Kaga Bandoro, including 1,000 antenatal check-ups
  • 50
    victims of sexual violence in Kaga Bandoro received psychosocial support
  • 1,900
    people with malaria received treatment in Birao
  • 100
    people separated from their families by the conflict were able to speak to their loved ones by phone
  • 3
    people were reunited with their families after having become separated from them by the conflict
  • 63,000
    people received water every day
  • 7,500
    malnourished children received food in Kaga Bandoro
  • 27,000
    displaced persons received food
  • 145
    people were briefed on the need to protect medical facilities and personnel
  • 30
    trainee officers of the Central African armed forces and 45 members of armed groups were familiarized with the basic principles of international humanitarian law
  • 500
    detainees received ICRC visits, with 400 of them also receiving hygiene items

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