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

 
Dr Joanne Liu at UNSC meeting
Attacks on medical care

MSF President to UN Security Council: "Stop these attacks"

Statement 3 May 2016
 
A Fair Shot 1 million pneumonia deaths infographic
Access to medicines

2,500 flowers are placed in front of Pfizer’s HQ, representing number of children who die of pneumonia each day.

Press Release 27 Apr 2016
 
La malaria sigue su escalada en Congo
Global

World Malaria Day: five challenges in the fight against the disease

Project Update 25 Apr 2016
 
Centre Hospitalier Kabinda (Bureau SIDA- MSF Kinshasa)
HIV/AIDS

Fight against HIV doomed to fail without urgent focus on West and Central Africa

Report 19 Apr 2016
 
multi-antigenes vaccination campaign in CAR
Central African Republic

More than 73,000 children vaccinated in an unprecedented campaign

Voices from the Field 29 Mar 2016
 
CAR - Slideshow: Multi-antigenes Vaccination campaign - 01
Photo Story

Massive 8-disease vaccination campaign

25 Mar 2016
Photo Story
 
Carnot, CAR
Central African Republic

Despite the return to calm some displaced people in Carnot have yet to return home

Opinion 7 Mar 2016
 
Batangafo - NFI distribution
Central African Republic

MSF distributes relief item kits to fire-displaced families in Batangafo

Project Update 25 Feb 2016
 
CAR - Slideshow: Multi-antigenes Vaccination campaign - 04
Project Update

High vaccine prices hamper immunisation efforts in Africa, but are missing from agenda of key vaccination conference

Press Release 24 Feb 2016