Central African Republic

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OCHA - Situation Report - Highlights ()

  • Tens of thousands flee clashes in Ouham and Ouham-Pendé Prefectures.
  • Thousands of IDPs forced to leave their site in Bambari in the center of the country, after threats followed by serious violations of international humanitarian law.
  • The Ministry of Health reported that 78,695 people were vaccinated against COVID-19 in 10 prefectures and the capital Bangui between 20 May and 23 June 2021.
  • During the first quarter of 2021, humanitarian actors managed to provide assistance to 1.2 million people in an increasingly volatile security context.
  • To meet the most urgent needs in 2021, humanitarian partners plan to assist 1.84 million people, for what they will require US$ 444.7 million.
Mwala Georgette, 24, holds her baby boy, Kuri Isai, nine-months old by a church used to shelter families displaced due to the latest wave of unrest on March 17, 2021 in the capital Bangui. ©OCHA/Siegfried Modola, Bangui, CAR, 2021.
Mwala Georgette, 24, holds her baby boy, Kuri Isai, nine-months old by a church used to shelter families displaced due to the latest wave of unrest on March 17, 2021 in the capital Bangui. ©OCHA/Siegfried Modola, Bangui, CAR, 2021.

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République centrafricaine : Rapport de situation (5 août 2021)

FAITS SAILLANTS Des dizaines de milliers de personnes fuient les affrontements dans les préfectures de l'Ouham et de l'Ouham-Pendé. Des milliers de déplacés contraints à quitter leur site à Bambari...

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CAR

Central African Republic: Situation Report, 3 August 2021

HIGHLIGHTS Tens of thousands flee clashes in Ouham and Ouham-Pendé Prefectures. Thousands of IDPs forced to leave their site in Bambari in the center of the country, after threats followed by serious...

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  • CAR Refugees in Cameroon

    328,258 1% increase since 30 Jun 2021

    Source: UNHCR
  • Incidents Affecting Humanitarian Organisations (per year)

    297 30% decrease since 31 Dec 2020

    Source: OCHA
  • Incidents Affecting Humanitarian Organisations (per month)

    30 19% decrease since 30 Jun 2021

    Source: OCHA
  • 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

    717,000 1% decrease since 31 May 2021

    Source: CMP

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