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Central African Republic

27 June 2014

Wasting away in camps, hoping for peace to return to the Central African Republic

Martin Ongola is a 62 year old teacher who lives in a camp, forced from his home by violence.
Raising three children in a camp amid the insecurity of the Central African Republic: A single mother’s story
11 June 2014

Raising three children in a camp amid the insecurity of the Central African Republic: A single mother’s story

Tatiana Feikiram, 30, has just given birth in a camp for the internally displaced in the capital of Bangui.
Hoping for peace in the midst of surging violence in Central African Republic
30 May 2014

Hoping for peace in the midst of surging violence in Central African Republic

The toll ongoing violence is taking on an 80 year old grandmother
Access to medical care in Central African Republic: a major challenge for the internally displaced
17 April 2014

Access to medical care in Central African Republic: a major challenge for the internally displaced

Urgent support is needed to help those caught up in the country's conflict
Life as an internally displaced person in the Central African Republic
24 March 2014

Life as an internally displaced person in the Central African Republic

Thousands of families now live in precarious surroundings, struggling to survive.
Paying tribute to a valiant Red Cross volunteer
15 March 2014

Paying tribute to a valiant Red Cross volunteer

Patrick Matede was shot to death, a victim of the ongoing violence in the Central African Republic
Red Cross mourns the death of a volunteer in the Central African Republic
11 March 2014

Red Cross mourns the death of a volunteer in the Central African Republic

Patrick Matede, a first aid volunteer with the Central African Red Cross Society, was attacked and killed in his parents’ home Sunday night, not far from where he had been instrumental in providing assistance to families left homeless by the ongoing viole
Volunteering for the Red Cross in the Central African Republic: why it is not for the faint of heart
2 March 2014

Volunteering for the Red Cross in the Central African Republic: why it is not for the faint of heart

Helping volunteers on the front lines of the ongoing violence cope with what they are experiencing.
The uncertain fate of refugees fleeing violence in Central African Republic
5 February 2014

The uncertain fate of refugees fleeing violence in Central African Republic

Thousands of men, women, and children, jam-packed into freight trucks and covered in dust arrive in east Cameroon, fleeing the raging violence that has terrorized the Central African Republic (CAR) since December.
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