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Conflict in Central African Republic

Concerned with the security, humanitarian, human rights and political crisis in the Central African Republic, the Security Council authorized on 10 April Central African Republic 2014 deployment of a multidi- mensional United Nations peace- keeping operation-MINUSCA, with the protection of civilians as its utmost priority. THESE ARE SOME OF MANY CHALLENGES THAT THE COUNTRY IS FACING TODAY. of the 54 % over 2.5 Central Africans 480,000 are million are in need of İMİ HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE DISPLACED in their own country 9% FLED → - 840,000 have children have been screened for their country & become refugees in neighbouring states MALNUTRITION at IDP camps & at community levels in 2014 CAR the lowest in 2014 was ranked GDP 224 44.5 % of the total population h per capita $547 out of 228 with had suffered from MINUSCA is working to facilitate humanitarian assistance, promote and protect human rights, support justice and the rule of law, and disarma- ment, demobilization, reintegration & repatriation processes (DDRR) of former combatants. SEXUAL VIOLENCE MILITARY TOTAL UN 7,560 > 8,685 MINUSCA troops on the ground POLICE UN Mission in CAR <1,125 as of 31.12.14 UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina popi

Conflict in Central African Republic

shared by newgstudio on Jan 20
Over the last year, inter-communal violence has continued across Central African Republic. Take a look at numbers behind the conflict.


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