In late 2020, violence once again struck Central African Republic (CAR), a country that has undergone decades of intermittent conflict. We look back at some key moments through a photo essay consisting of eight chapters.
From people displaced by war; to sexual violence that is exacerbated by conflict; to emergency needs across the country; and repeated attacks on medical care; we take a look at the journeys of patients and those who have suffered through the conflict. We also highlight how our teams have supported the most vulnerable by providing essential healthcare, often under very difficult circumstances.
For the full visual story visit our exposure page.