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  • Skilled Central African workers, students and professionals find shelter in Chad

    news UNHCR, 18 Apr 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    N'DJAMENA, Chad, March 5 (UNHCR) – In the past three months, the government of Chad has evacuated about 16,000 people to N'Djamena from the Central African Republic amid mounting violence and religious persecution in the neighbouring country. Most of those brought to the Chad capital have been Ch...
  • Central African students pursue their studies in Chad exile

    news UNHCR, 19 May 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    News Stories, 12 May 2014 N'DJAMENA, Chad, May 12 (UNHCR) – When the latest round of conflict in Central African Republic erupted last December, 30-year-old Moussa was studying law at Bangui University. "I wanted to defend people," he recalls six months later in neighbouring Chad, adding that ...
  • Brothers reunite with mother after ordeal in Central African Republic

    news UNHCR, 26 May 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    MBILE REFUGEE CAMP, Cameroon, May 26 (UNHCR) – Four months ago, Ramatou faced every parent's worst nightmare – the possibility of losing a child. Last week, she had a joyful reunion with two of her missing sons, aged 10 and 11, at a refugee camp in eastern Cameroon, but it was a bitter-sweet moment ...
  • UNHCR launches a verification operation for urban refugees in Bangui

    news UNHCR, 02 Jun 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    On 26 May 2014, UNHCR launched a verification operation to document the situation of urban refugees and asylum seekers in Bangui. The operation aims to update their figures and attest their needs, in order to better target assistance and work for durable solutions. The operation is carried out with ...
  • Insecurity aggravates the plight of the displaced at sprawling Bangui site

    news UNHCR, 03 Jun 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    Rebecca* is nervous; she clenches her fists and her eyes dart around, keeping an eye out for someone, something. She sits out in the open on a chair and, in a trembling voice, tells about her recent rape in M'Poko, a site sheltering tens of thousands of people displaced by months of violence in Bang...
  • Le HCR mène une session de formation à Paoua sur la protection internationale

    news UNHCR, 06 Jun 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    Le 29 mai 2014, le Bureau du Haut Commissariat pour les réfugiés (HCR) à Paoua a organisé un atelier de formation sur les principes directeurs de la protection internationale, les instruments juridiques internationaux et le mandat du HCR en République Centrafricaine. Près de quarante personnes ont p...
  • AP’s Krista Larson tells Hamamatou’s Story

    news UNHCR, 23 Jun 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    Hamamatou managed to survive a rampage by Christian fighters on her Muslim village by fleeing on the back of her 12-year-old brother. “I was in Carnot, Central African Republic, to do a follow-up story about the Catholic church that was sheltering 900 Muslims. AP Chief Africa Photographer Jerome ...
  • Baudouin Yengo’s Story, Democratic Republic of Congo

    news UNHCR, 11 Jun 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    Baudouin Yengo, 14, is a young Congolese who returned to Libenge in Equateur Province, northwest of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Baudouin and his family have spent 4 years at Batalimo refugee camp in the Central African Republic. “I know that we fled Libenge because there was something wr...
  • Philippe’s Story, Central African Republic

    news UNHCR, 24 Jun 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    Philippe came to find peace in the CAR due to the conflict at the Ivory Coast. “When someone is a refugee, he doesn’t choose the country in which he will end up. He tries to flee as far away as possible in order to save his life. This is how I ended up at the Central African Republic, all the way...
  • Moussa’s Story, Central African Republic

    news UNHCR, 21 Jul 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    In a country where the life expectancy is lower than 55 years, the memories of 72-year-old Moussa Abaka constitute a precious testimony of better times gone by. Working as a janitor at the cinema “Rex” in Bangui the capital of the Central African Republic, Moussa witnessed the “Banguissois” swarmin...