Gallery: Doctors on the Frontline - Bossangoa
Over one year has passed since the coup d’état, and fighting between armed groups, the Seleka and the anti-Balaka, has plunged the Central African Republic into chaos.
People from the town of Bossangoa and its surrounding area were some of those hard hit. Homes and fields were burned, and people were killed.
The Christian population took refuge at the local Catholic Mission, and Muslim civilians fled first to a school called Ecole Liberte, and then by truck convoys to relative safety in Chad.
A handful of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) workers in Bossangoa witnessed it all: