Central African Republic

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OCHA - Situation Report - Highlights ()

  • The humanitarian community in CAR plans to provide multi-sectoral assistance to 2 million people in 2022. US$461.3 million will be required.
  • 3.1 million Central Africans need humanitarian assistance and protection in 2022, 63 per cent of the population.
  • 23 civilians were killed and 29 injured in 44 incidents involving explosive devices in 2021.
  • Humanitarian actors in 2021 assisted 1.8 million people, 97% of the target.
  • 1.6 million people received cash-based assistance in 2021, twice as many as in 2020. Most programs aimed at tackling growing food insecurity and mitigating the impacts of COVID-19.
Siblings displaced by recent clashes near Bria. ©OCHA/Virginie Bero, Bria, Haute-Kotto Prefecture, CAR, 2021.
Siblings displaced by recent clashes near Bria. ©OCHA/Virginie Bero, Bria, Haute-Kotto Prefecture, CAR, 2021.

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République Centrafricaine : La recrudescence des conflits armées aggrave la situation d’insécurité alimentaire des ménages pauvres en ce début de période de soudure, Février 2022 - Septembre 2022

Messages clés Au 31 décembre 2021, le nombre total des personnes déplacées internes (PDI) en RCA est estimé à 691 791 individus soit une augmentation 3,3 % par rapport au mois de novembre (CMP,...

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Central African Republic: Situation Report, 10 March 2022

HIGHLIGHTS The humanitarian community in CAR plans to provide multi-sectoral assistance to 2 million people in 2022. US$461.3 million will be required. 3.1 million Central Africans need humanitarian...

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  • People in Need

    3,100,000 11% increase since 14 Dec 2020

    Source: OCHA
  • People Targeted for Assistance

    2,000,000 9% increase since 14 Dec 2020

    Source: OCHA
  • IDPs

    652,036 6% decrease since 31 Dec 2021

    Source: CMP
  • Children in Need

    1,400,000 8% increase since 19 Nov 2020

    Source: UNICEF
  • People in Food Crisis/Emergency (IPC Phase 3+)

    2,095,278 8% decrease since 19 May 2021

    Source: IPC
  • Children Acutely Malnourished

    213,897

    Source: IPC

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