violence and displacement in Bria

Central African Republic

The bloody but largely neglected conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) has resulted in thousands being killed or wounded and millions being displaced.

Millions of people are dependent on humanitarian assistance. Our teams see the direct consequences of violence on the health of individuals and entire communities: wounded people needing care, children not able to reach medical facilities during malaria season, vaccination coverage and HIV and tuberculosis (TB) treatment interrupted, and pregnant women left without assistance before, during or after birth.

Four things to know

 
5,000 still displaced in MSF-supported Batangafo Hospital
Central African Republic

More than 5,000 people sheltering in MSF-supported Batangafo hospital after violent clashes

Project Update 14 Nov 2018
 
Day of Violence in the Central African Republic
Central African Republic

More than 10,000 seek refuge in Batangafo hospital

Press Release 2 Nov 2018
 
Malnutrition Crisis - CAR
Central African Republic

With improved access, malaria and malnutrition cases sharply rise in Bossangoa

Project Update 12 Oct 2018
 
Consequences of war for civilian population in Bangassou
Central African Republic

“We simply can’t let these people down. But we remain vigilant”: MSF returns to Bangassou

Interview 18 Sep 2018
 
Physiotherapy at SICA hospital, Bangui
Photo Story

Restoring body and mind through physiotherapy

14 Sep 2018
Photo Story
 
Sexual violence in Bangui
Central African Republic

“The tip of the iceberg”: Stream of patients offer glimpse into scale of sexual violence

Project Update 7 Sep 2018
 
CAR - Mar 2017
Central African Republic

Suffering mounts as armed groups return to Bambari

Project Update 31 Aug 2018
 
multi-antigenes vaccination campaign in CAR
Central African Republic

Protecting as many children as possible in an emergency context

Project Update 20 Jul 2018
 
Bambari May 2017
Central African Republic

Ongoing fears of outbursts of violence in Bambari hamper access to healthcare

Voices from the Field 26 Jun 2018