Central African Republic

OCHA - Situation Report - Highlights ()

  • In the half of 2022, the CAR Humanitarian Fund allocated US$9.6 million to 17 projects, supporting 187,307 people with urgent needs in conflict-affected areas.
  • Thousands of Central Africans affected by recent torrential rains.
  • After several years of displacement, humanitarian and development actors are helping internally displaced persons and refugees to resume normal lives.
  • With 50 per cent of the population not eating enough, CAR has one of the highest proportions of critically food-insecure people in the world.
  • The humanitarian community in CAR plans to provide multi-sectoral assistance to 2 million people in 2022. US$461.3 million will be required.
A child whose family receives food aid from the NGO Solidarités International plays food preparation in Dékoa. The Dékoa Sub-prefecture is one of 22 where food insecurity is in an emergency phase. ©OCHA / V. Bero

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Central African Republic: Situation Report, 11 Aug 2022

HIGHLIGHTS In the half of 2022, the CAR Humanitarian Fund allocated US$9.6 million to 17 projects, supporting 187,307 people with urgent needs in conflict-affected areas. Thousands of Central...

CAR + 2 more

République centrafricaine : Rapport de situation, 15 juillet 2022

FAITS SAILLANTS Après plusieurs années de déplacement, les acteurs humanitaires et de développement aident les personnes déplacées et les réfugiés à reprendre une vie normale. Avec 50% de la...

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  • People in Need

    3,100,000 11% increase since 14 Dec 2020

    Source: OCHA
  • People Targeted for Assistance

    2,000,000 9% increase since 14 Dec 2020

    Source: OCHA
  • IDPs

    610,265 1% increase since 31 May 2022

    Source: CMP
  • Children in Need

    1,400,000 8% increase since 19 Nov 2020

    Source: UNICEF
  • People in Food Crisis/Emergency (IPC Phase 3+)

    2,208,902 5% increase since 29 Oct 2021

    Source: IPC
  • Children Acutely Malnourished

    213,897

    Source: IPC

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