Central African Republic

19 January 2016

Central African Republic: the struggle to find missing family amid increased insecurity

The challenges of accessing inaccessible villages amid insecurity
Renewed violence in Central African Republic halts life-saving humanitarian work
4 October 2015

Renewed violence in Central African Republic halts life-saving humanitarian work

Red Cross calls for access to barricaded neighbourhoods
We have nowhere and nothing to go back to
30 September 2015

We have nowhere and nothing to go back to

They have lost everything and are now being asked to leave the camp which has become their home.
Making the difficult decision to leave family: An African father’s story
12 September 2015

Making the difficult decision to leave family: An African father’s story

A widower of 12 leaves home in search of better opportunities to support his family
Rain and more rain but not a drop of clean water for vulnerable populations
19 August 2015

Rain and more rain but not a drop of clean water for vulnerable populations

With water sources damaged, families resort to using raw water, putting themselves at risk of disease
On the move, again
5 August 2015

On the move, again

The Red Cross assists thousands of internally displaced as they move to a safer location in the Central African Republic
“I am sick and lonely. I miss my children.”
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."
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