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. MSF sees 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

 
Zemio hospital, where thousands of people had been sheltering from violence.
Central African Republic

“The only people left in Zemio are those who couldn’t run away”

Voices from the Field 9 Dec 2017
 
Auto mechanic, Holger Hornauf, in Bangui, Central African Republic, December 2017.
Central African Republic

My first week in Bangui: A warm welcome!

msf.org 7 Dec 2017
 
Batangafo Hospital : the last place to hide
Central African Republic

“In Batangafo, people are afraid for their lives. It’s the only thing they have left.”

Project Update 6 Dec 2017
 
Central African Republic

MSF suspends humanitarian relief activities following attack in Bangassou

Press Release 22 Nov 2017
 
CAR - Mar 2017
Central African Republic

Crisis update - September 2017

Crisis Update 3 Oct 2017
 
Batangafo 2017
Central African Republic

10,000 people sleep in Batangafo hospital after camp is looted and burned

Project Update 10 Aug 2017
 
Central African Republic

Baby brutally killed at a hospital

Statement 12 Jul 2017
 
Central African Republic

Zemio, a new town under fire

Press Release 4 Jul 2017
 
MSF HIV Clinics in Kinshasa, DRC
HIV/AIDS

HIV response in West and Central Africa will not succeed if key barriers remain unaddressed

Press Release 3 Jul 2017