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Central African Republic - Transitioning from Crisis

Central African Republic Transitioning from Crisis More than two years of conflict in the Central African Republic has uprooted hundreds of thousands and left the country weakened and the population vulnerable. 2.7 million are in need of of the tota have 56 % FLED their homes HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE 4.8 464K REFUGEES 421K IDPS million Internally Displaced People In September 2014, a peacekeeping mission was deployed with the mandate to protect civilians and support the country in the transition process. In May 2015, the Bangui Forum for National Reconciliation decided on the country's priorities for the next 18 months. In June 2015, preparations for democratic elections started. 1.6 75% MINUSCA UN Mission in CAR 700 PARTICIPANTS million representing various groups of CAR society VOTERS REGISTERED out of TOTAL 10,831 NINE ARMED 2.1 ELIGIBLE VOTERS GROUPS signed a Disarmament, Demobilization, Reintegration and Repatriation agreement. military and police on the ground million including refugees as of 31.08.15 Priorities For Urgent Support ESTIMATED COST FUNDING GAP Disarmament, Demobilization, Reintegration and Security Sector Reform $25.4 $16.3 million million $15.4 $11 Justice and reconciliation million million Decentralised state $162 $57.7 authority and economic million million governance COST GAP TOTAL $202.8 $85 million million popula source: OCHA TARGET

Central African Republic - Transitioning from Crisis

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How to help Central African Republic transition from crisis? See this infographic to learn about priorities that make an immediate difference.

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United Nations Peacekeeping

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Vlad G.

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Politics
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