Malaria peak in Batangafo

Central African Republic

Thousands of people have been killed or wounded and millions displaced during years of bloody – but largely neglected – conflict in the Central African Republic.

MSF sees the direct consequences of violence on the health of the individuals and entire communities we serve. Wounded people needing care. Children unable to reach medical facilities during malaria season. The interruption of vaccination coverage and treatment for HIV and tuberculosis (TB). Women left without assistance before, during and after giving birth.

We are also responding to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in the Central African Republic.

 

In 2019
 
Ouaka - General View
Central African Republic

People, medical facilities hit during violence in southern CAR

Project Update 22 Feb 2021
 
The journey of a wounded woman at MSF'SICA hospital in Bangui
Photo Story

A journey of healing in CAR amid post-electoral violence

9 Feb 2021
Photo Story
 
Electoral violence: emergency response in Bouar and Bossembele
Central African Republic

Displaced people in Bouar living amid fear and growing needs

Project Update 26 Jan 2021
 
MSF response in Bangassou and Ndu
Central African Republic

MSF teams ramp up support as violence escalates

Project Update 14 Jan 2021
 
Consequences of war for civilian population in Bangassou
Central African Republic

MSF provides care in post-election attacks in Bangassou, CAR

Project Update 4 Jan 2021
 
Ouaka - General View
Central African Republic

Shooting shows civilians continue to pay high price for the perpetual cycle of violence in CAR

Press Release 30 Dec 2020
 
Ouaka - General View
Central African Republic

Medical care at arm’s length: the continuous struggle of the people of Ouaka

Project Update 24 Dec 2020
 
HIV project - Bangui
HIV/AIDS

HIV is in a state of silent crisis in Central African Republic

Project Update 30 Nov 2020
 
Malaria peak in Batangafo
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