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  • The vanishing villages of Central Africa

    news Bloomberg Business, 28 Jan 2015 (il y a 5 ans )
    Suzanne Kourma has lived through multiple coups, brutal dictatorships and human rights atrocities in her 80 years in the Central African Republic. None of them were as bad as the violence she’s witnessed over the past two years. Earlier this month, she was forced to flee the village of Bam near the ...
  • Centrafrique: au moins trois morts dans de nouvelles attaques de villages au nord

    news Africatime.com/AFP, 05 Feb 2015 (il y a 5 ans )
    Au moins trois personnes ont été tuées et plusieurs blessées mercredi dans six villages du centre-nord de la Centrafrique, lors d'attaques attribuées à des Peuls armés, a-t-on appris auprès de la gendarmerie."Au moins trois personnes ont été tuées et plusieurs autres blessées, d'après un bilan qui r...
  • Growing numbers of young CAR refugees arrive in Cameroon with malnutrition

    news UNHCR, 22 May 2014 (il y a 6 ans )
    Houriatou is distraught and in tears. She has become used to loss since her native Central African Republic exploded into violence last December, but the death of her 18-month-old grandson, Djaratou, from severe malnutrition seemed particularly cruel to her, and she can't hold back. The 40-year-old ...
  • Chad: Act Alliance Appeal - Assistance to Improve the Resilience and Livelihood of Car and Sudanese Refugees and Returnees, and Host Communi...

    news Thompson Reuters Foundation, 02 Mar 2015 (il y a 5 ans )
    Chad is one of the poorest countries in the world, ranking 184 out of 187 on the Human Development Index and 5th on the Fragile States Index. On top of these facts, the country is affected by conflicts in neighboring countries, notably Central African Republic, Sudan, Nigeria and Libya. Since 2004, ...
  • UNHCR Chief appeals for more aid to Cameroon

    news UNHCR, 26 Mar 2015 (il y a 5 ans )
    UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres has called for greatly increased humanitarian and development assistance to Cameroon after touring a camp that is hosting tens of thousands of refugees who escaped violence in neighbouring Nigeria. "Cameroon has demonstrated an enormous generosit...
  • RCA : marche de réfugiés de la RDC pour de meilleures conditions de vie

    news APA- Agence de Aress Africaine, 16 Apr 2015 (il y a 5 ans )
    APA-Bangui (Centrafrique) 2015-04-16 13:32:34 - Les réfugiés de la République démocratique du Congo à Zémio (900 km de Bangui vers le sud-est), qui ont fuit les exactions des rebelles Ougandais de la LRA pour se retrouver en Centrafrique en 2009, ont manifesté pacifiquement à travers les rues de cet...
  • Accord "de cessez-le-feu" entre ex-Séléka et anti-balaka signé à Nairobi

    news Journal de Bangui, 08 Apr 2015 (il y a 5 ans )
    La présidence kényane, engagée depuis des mois dans une laborieuse médiation, a annoncé mercredi la signature d'un accord entre les deux parties La présidence kényane, engagée depuis des mois dans une laborieuse médiation entre représentants centrafricains des ex-rebelles de la Séléka et de la...
  • Central African Republic: World Malaria Day - Red Cross and Partners Continue the Battle Against the Number One Killer in the Central Africa...

    news Allafrica.com, 24 Apr 2015 (il y a 5 ans )
    Malaria prevalence rates remain high in the Central African Republic (CAR). The capital, Bangui has some of the highest malaria rates for a major city in the world with 64 per cent of people with fever testing positive for malaria. Nationally, malaria is the leading cause of illness and death, accou...
  • Central African Republic facing chronic healthcare crisis as scars of conflict abide

    news The Guardian, 04 May 2015 (il y a 5 ans )
    More than two years of sectarian violence have decimated already fragile health systems in Central African Republic (CAR), leading to a rise in preventable diseases like malaria among families still hiding from armed groups in the bush, according to the head of a medical charity. Laurence de Barr...
  • Survivors in Bangui seek a way forward

    news Kora - Voices of Refugees in West and Central Africa, 05 May 2015 (il y a 5 ans )
    BANGUI, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, 4 May 2015 (UNHCR) – The future of the Central African Republic, and of its people, hangs in the balance as representatives gather this week in the capital, Bangui, to chart a way forward. Over the last two years, the country has descended into chaos, becoming one o...