Armed Groups Occupy Schools in Central African Republic
Description: (Nairobi, March 23, 2017) – Armed groups in the Central African Republic have occupied, looted, and damaged school buildings, preventing children from getting an education, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
22 Mar 2017
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Description: Concern CEO Dominic MacSorley reports from Central African Republic where Concern programmes are making a real impact despite the challenges of operating in a country beset with conflict.
28 Feb 2017
Description: A recently formed armed group called “Return, Reclamation, Rehabilitation,” or 3R, has killed civilians, raped, and caused largescale displacement over the past year in northwest Central African Republic, Human Rights Watch said today. United Nations peacekeepers in the area have been unable to fully protect civilians. https://www.hrw.org/news/2016/12/20/central-african-republic-mayhem-new-group
20 Dec 2016
Description: Four years after the beginning of the crisis and conflict, more than 2 million people still need aid and protection to survive.
05 Dec 2016
Description: Take a closer look at the Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluations (IAHEs) of the response to the crises in the Philippines (Typhoon Haiyan) in 2014 and in the Central African Republic and South Sudan in 2015. The video provides a brief overview of the situations that triggered the Level Three (L3) emergency responses, and presents the questions the IAHEs considered: how relevant and how effective were the responses? Were the expected results achieved? What was the level of engagement of national actors and governments? And which areas need to be strengthened?”
Independent evaluators and a member of the IAHE management group speak about the evaluation findings, as well as good practices and lessons learned identified.
For more information on Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluations and to download the full evaluation reports or synthesis of findings, visit the IASC website: www.interagencystandingcommittee.org/evaluations
30 Nov 2016
Description: (Nairobi, November 1, 2016) – Seleka rebels killed at least 37 civilians, wounded 57, and forced thousands to flee when they razed a camp for displaced people in the Central African Republic on October 12, 2016, Human Rights Watch said today. United Nations peacekeepers deployed outside the camp in the town of Kaga-Bandoro failed to halt the attack.
Human Rights Watch interviewed 32 victims and witnesses in Kaga-Bandoro and in the country’s capital, Bangui, between October 14 and 21. They said that the mostly Muslim Seleka forces, possibly with assistance from Muslim civilians, shot, stabbed or burned to death the civilians, including at least four women, five children, three older people, and four people with disabilities. The casualty numbers are most likely higher because some victims were buried quickly. In addition to field research, Human Rights Watch, using satellite imagery analysis, identified at least 175 destroyed homes in the neighborhoods around the camp and 435 destroyed huts in the camp itself.
01 Nov 2016
27 Oct 2016
Description: Apou Charlotte lives in a town on the border of Cameroon and the Central African Republic. Ramhattou and her family fled civil war in CAR. Apou Charlotte has opened her arms to the refugees in her town and has become like a mother to Ramhattou.
27 Oct 2016
Description: After three years of unprecedented violence and civil strife in the Central African Republic, the recent presidential elections have opened the door for a fragile peace brokering process. Now, for the first time, citizens have a democratically elected president and parliament. The World Bank’s Fund for the poorest, IDA, has allocated resources to support the CAR and her new leaders, so that work can begin to rebuild.
21 Oct 2016
08 Aug 2016
Description: Fr Eric Goeh-Akue, JRS Regional Director for West Africa, talking about JRS mission and challenges in Central Africa (Chad, Central Africa Republic and Cameroon).
04 Aug 2016
Description: Recent unrest in the northwest of the Central African Republic has forced many people to leave their homes.
Adama, 12, came to the church compound in Carnot after fleeing from her hometown Gueng. This is her story.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare.
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14 Jul 2016