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CAR Civil unrest 2014.

Civil Unrest, CAR 2014: Volunteers of the CARC make final touches on a school construction in Bangui. The exercise has been enablled by the IFRC through the emergency appeal. Several latrines is schools countrywide were vandalised in the persistent violence. The CARC targets to construct at least 5000 toilets in schools and IDP camps countrywide.




CAR civil unrest

Civil Unrest, CAR 2014: A vandalised and damaged latrine in a school in Ombela M'Poko. Several latrines is schools countrywide have been vandalised in the persistent violence. The CARC with support from IFRC continue to construct latrines in Schools in Bangui and its environs. At least 35,000 school children have already benefitted from the same.




CAR Civil unrest 2014.

Ebola Virust, CAR 2014: Volunteers of the CARC undergoing training on sensibilisation on the Ebola virus. At least 200 volunteers, who will carry out sensibilisation countrywide, have been trained with support from a DREF by IFRC on behalf on the CARC.




CAR civil unrest 2014.

Global Fund Malaria grant, CAR 2014: Participants at the training of focal people for mass distribution of nets as part of the IFRC Global Fund Malaria grantactivities demonstrate how to erect a net on the floor. The team intends to distribute at least 2.3M treated nets to 4.6M people in CAR through several partners including the CARC.




CAR Civil unrest

Civil Unrest, CAR 2014: Volunteers of the CARC constructing latrines in a school in Bangui. The exercise has been enablled by the IFRC through the emergency appeal. Several latrines is schools countrywide have been vandalised in the persistent violence. The CARC targets to construct at least 5000 toilets in school, communities and IDP camps countrywide.




CAR Civil unrest 2014.

CAR, 2014. Part of the CARC peace and advocacy team members carry out daily practice at the CARC headquaters in readiness for campigns in the exterior of CAR starting with Kaba Bandoro. The campaigns, which are accompanied with posters and leaflets on peace have been enabled by the IFRC through an emergeny appeal.




CAR Civil unrest

Civil Unrest, CAR 2014: A volunteer of the CARC takes part in the assessment exercise of the CARC and IFRC at a school in Bangui. Several schools remain closed since 2013 citing insecurity, with others being marged, resulting into other challenges such as overcrowding and lack of adequate sanitation facilities.




CAR Civil unrest

CAR, 2014. School children in Ombela M'Poko in CAR study in the open citing insecurity in their schools. Several schools have been marged as others remain closed since December 2013.




CAR Civil Unrest

Civil Unrest, CAR 2014: A team from CARC and the IFRC in Bangui visited several schools countrywide for a needs assessment. Several latrines in schools have been vandalised or totally destroyed in the persistent violence. The CARC targets to construct at least 5000 toilets in schools, communities and IDP camps countrywide.




PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 29 September 2014

Central African Republic, 2014: Three-week-old Francine Melissa sleeps at the displacement site where she and her 14-year-old mother now shelter, in the conflict-affected town of Bambari in Ouaka Province. The infant was born as the result of her mother’s rape by a rebel soldier while the adolescent was walking to a well to fetch water for her family. UNICEF-supported child protection efforts to provide comprehensive assistance for survivors of gender-based violence are ongoing.

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Secretary Kerry Greets Congolese President Denis Sassou Nguesso at the UN Secretary General's High-Level Event on the Central African Republic

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry greets President of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou Nguesso, at the UN Secretary General's High-Level Event on the Central African Republic at the United Nations headquarters in New York City on September 26, 2014. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]




Secretary Kerry Greets Participants at the UN Secretary General's High-Level Event on the Central African Republic

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry greets participants at the UN Secretary General's High-Level Event on the Central African Republic at the United Nations headquarters in New York City on September 26, 2014. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]




Secretary Kerry Poses for a Photo With Central African Republic Transitional President Samba-Panza

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry poses for a photo with Central African Republic Transitional President Catherine Samba-Panza before the start of the UN Secretary General's High-Level Event on the Central African Republic at the United Nations headquarters in New York City on September 26, 2014. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]




Ketemo - HF Radio Installation

Visit to the community of Ketemo in the Central African Republic where the SECC project recently installed a high frequency (HF) radio. September 19, 2014.




Ketemo - HF Radio Installation

Visit to the community of Ketemo in the Central African Republic where the SECC project recently installed a high frequency (HF) radio. September 19, 2014.




Ketemo - HF Radio Installation

Visit to the community of Ketemo in the Central African Republic where the SECC project recently installed a high frequency (HF) radio. September 19, 2014.




Ketemo - HF Radio Installation

Visit to the community of Ketemo in the Central African Republic where the SECC project recently installed a high frequency (HF) radio. September 19, 2014.




Ketemo - HF Radio Installation

Visit to the community of Ketemo in the Central African Republic where the SECC project recently installed a high frequency (HF) radio. September 19, 2014.




Ketemo - HF Radio Installation

Visit to the community of Ketemo in the Central African Republic where the SECC project recently installed a high frequency (HF) radio. September 19, 2014.




Secretary Kerry Greets Central African Republic Transitional President Samba-Panza

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks with Central African Republic Transitional President Catherine Samba-Panza before the start of the UN Secretary General's High-Level Event on the Central African Republic at the United Nations headquarters in New York City on September 26, 2014. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]





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