Central African Republic

Crisis Overview

The Central African Republic remains a fragile country. Devastated by years of conflict, the impact of which persists, it faces both structural and economic challenges. Multiple tension hotspots and violence have sprung up across the country in 2017 and have spread to areas that once enjoyed some stability. The violence has significantly increased humanitarian needs and caused waves of displacement that the Central African Republic had not seen since 2014. More than 688,000 internally displaced persons in January 2017 and more than 546,000 refugees in neighboring countries.

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Humanitarian Coordinator

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