Central African Republic

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  • In 2022, 3.1 million Central Africans will need humanitarian assistance and protection, 63 per cent of the population.
  • Gender-based violence, especially sexual violence, has recently reached particularly worrying levels.
  • During the first nine months of 2021, 1.7 million people received lifesaving, multisectoral assistance - an increase compared to the 1.6 million people assisted in all of 2020.
  • The threat of explosive devices continues to increase in the Central African Republic: at least 23 civilians killed between January and November 2021.
Siblings displaced by recent clashes near Bria. ©OCHA/Virginie Bero, Bria, Haute-Kotto Prefecture, CAR, 2021.
Siblings displaced by recent clashes near Bria. ©OCHA/Virginie Bero, Bria, Haute-Kotto Prefecture, CAR, 2021.

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Central African Republic: Situation Report, 30 November 2021

HIGHLIGHTS In 2022, 3.1 million Central Africans will need humanitarian assistance and protection, 63 per cent of the population. During the first nine months of 2021, 1.7 million people received...

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  • People in Need

    2,800,000 No change since 20 Oct 2020

    Source: OCHA
  • People Targeted for Assistance

    1,840,000 2% increase since 4 Feb 2020

    Source: OCHA
  • IDPs

    722,101 No change since 30 Sep 2021

    Source: CMP
  • IDPs Displaced due to Electoral Violence

    233,235 10% increase since 25 Jun 2021

    Source: UNHCR
  • IDPs Displaced due to Electoral Violence (per month)

    834 96% decrease since 30 Jun 2021

    Source: UNHCR
  • Children in Need

    1,300,000 8% increase since 3 Dec 2019

    Source: UNICEF

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