Central African Republic

22 July 2015

“I am sick and lonely. I miss my children.”

Ongoing conflict keeps families apart for close to two years
Conflict, lack of food, and homelessness: a potentially deadly concoction for the HIV-positive in Central African Republic
8 July 2015

Conflict, lack of food, and homelessness: a potentially deadly concoction for the HIV-positive in Central African Republic

A Global Fund grant allows the Red Cross to reach those most in need
“Suddenly, the wall where my wife was taking shelter caved in.”
28 May 2015

“Suddenly, the wall where my wife was taking shelter caved in.”

Recent heavy rains and storms changed the life of Etienne forever.
The turning point for a Red Cross volunteer in the Central African Republic
8 May 2015

The turning point for a Red Cross volunteer in the Central African Republic

"Volunteering is a calling. Once a volunteer, always a volunteer."
World Malaria Day: Red Cross and partners continue the battle against the number one killer in the Central African Republic
24 April 2015

World Malaria Day: Red Cross and partners continue the battle against the number one killer in the Central African Republic

A Global Fund grant means quicker access to malaria test results for anxious parents
24 April 2015

"All we are asking is for assured security so we can return home."

Hashita and her six children are still living in a camp, more than one year after violence forced them from their home in Central African Republic.
Teaching amid the gunshots in Central African Republic
9 April 2015

Teaching amid the gunshots in Central African Republic

Ongoing violence has interrupted the schooling of hundreds of thousands of children in Central African Republic
Central African Republic: Using technology to deliver immediate health care during conflict
19 March 2015

Central African Republic: Using technology to deliver immediate health care during conflict

Red Cross volunteers use mobile phones to collect malaria data quickly
Prioritizing education for children, orphaned by conflict in Central African Republic
12 March 2015

Prioritizing education for children, orphaned by conflict in Central African Republic

Caregivers dig deep to ensure schooling continues amid ongoing violence.
Distributing mosquito nets to help save lives in conflict-torn Central African Republic
7 March 2015

Distributing mosquito nets to help save lives in conflict-torn Central African Republic

Ongoing conflict has damaged the country’s health system, making it harder to combat malaria, a very preventable and treatable disease.
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