Central African Republic Situation Report No. 10 (as of 1 April 2013)

from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 01 Apr 2013


  • Prime Minister Nicolas Tiangaye forms a new national unity government composed of 34 members of the Seleka, civil society actors and various opposition groups.
  • President Djotodia requests humanitarian assistance and calls on Central Africans to return to work.
  • Electricity and water supply restored in most neighborhoods in Bangui.
  • Health needs are critical. There is urgent need for medical supplies to treat 200 in- patients in need of surgery.
  • 23 million USD or 18% of the CAP 2013 funded to date.
  • All schools are closed affecting over 650.000 students nationwide
  • ACF support three therapeutic nutrition centres and nine ambulatory therapeutic nutrition untis in Bangui.
  • Looting reported in Bouar, Bamberti to the west of Bangui and Rafai to the southeast as Seleka expands presence across the country.
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