The Central African Republic (CAR) has suffered from a complex humanitarian crisis since a protection crisis erupted at the end of 2013. Continued displacement and violence have had serious humanitarian consequences for civilians.Apr 27, 2021 The Central African Republic’s (CAR) humanitarian crisis has worsened since a coup in March 2013. CAR’s high mortality rate and low life expectancy are attributed to elevated rates of preventable and treatable diseases (including malaria and malnutrition), an inadequate health care system, precarious food security, and armed conflict.Apr 02, 2021 A Central African Republic militia leader blacklisted by the United States and the U.N. for human rights abuses including rape and torture has died from injuries he sustained in November, his.Mar 15, 2021 Ongoing violence by armed groups leaves populations in the Central African Republic at risk of atrocity crimes. BACKGROUND Despite the end of the 2013–2015 armed conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR), violence by predatory armed groups – including factions of the ex-S l ka rebel alliance and anti-balaka militias – continues to threaten populations throughout the country.
Approximately one-third of the population of the Central African Republic (CAR) remains displaced due to intensifying armed conflict surrounding the December 27 presidential elections. The first humanitarian convoy since mid-December successfully delivered life-saving relief commodities to CAR’s capital city of Bangui in early February.Feb 01, 2021 The security and humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic has rapidly deteriorated over the last several weeks. An alliance of rebel groups backing the former president Francois Bozize have captured significant territory throughout the country. These forces are seeking to overturn the results of presidential elections in late December. In those elections, incumbent President.Feb 12, 2021 On 22 December, Russia expanded its military intervention in the Central African Republic (CAR) by deploying 300 military instructors to the war-torn country. Russia dispatched these instructors at the request of CAR’s President Faustin-Archange Touad ra, who feared that former President Fran ois Boziz would derail the 27 December elections through a coup d’ tat.Jan 25, 2021 Mahamat Said Abdel Kani was surrendered to the ICC by the authorities of the Central African Republic on 24 January 2021. He is suspected of war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed in Bangui in 2013, including torture, enforced disappearance and persecution.
Mar 15, 2021 The security and humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) has rapidly deteriorated over the last several weeks. An alliance of.Mar 12, 2021 Moroccan UN peacekeepers patrol Bangassou, Central African Republic, Sunday Feb. 14, 2021. An estimated 240,000 people have been displaced in the country since mid-December, according to U.N. relief workers, when rebels calling themselves the Coalition of Patriots for Change launched attacks, causing a humanitarian crisis in the already unstable nation.Feb 04, 2021 In December 2020, presidential elections in the Central African Republic (CAR) were marked by a major surge in violence, catapulting the country into a new crisis and humanitarian emergency. Since then, than 200,000 Central Africans have been forced to flee their homes. Before the recent wave o.Mar 14, 2021 The Central African Republic CAR began voting in the second round of a legislative election on Sunday as it battles back against a rebel insurgency.
Ouaka, Central African Republic, December 4, 2020. Adrienne Surprenant Collectif MSF Share. The striking levels of violence in an and around the city have had a serious impact on people’s lives, particularly their access to essential healthcare. Nineteen-year-old Marie was experiencing convulsions in the operating room of Bambari hospital.May 05, 2021 The Central African Republic faces since mid-March the second COVID-19 wave. Multisectoral emergency response reached 2,000 internally displaced people at.Dec 23, 2020 A new rebel coalition in the Central African Republic has created havoc in the run-up to the country’s legislative and presidential elections, scheduled for December 27, 2020.Apr 05, 2021 The most powerful of the Central African Republic's armed groups said in a statement Monday it will quit a rebel coalition aiming to unseat President Faustin Archange Touadera.