Central African Republic
The current humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) is dire, as a result of years of armed conflict, weak state infrastructure, and a chronic absence of public services.
22 Sep 2023
After years of crisis, small scale economic recovery brings hope and change in the Central African Republic
Source: | DRC Foresight
Why we are there
DRC currently works with displacement- and conflict-affected returnee populations and host communities in the northwestern provinces of Ouham and Ouham-Pendé, along the borders with Cameroon and Chad. Here, DRC works to strengthen protection capacities, multisectoral emergency responses in Shelter and Settlement, WASH, mobile protection response and the development of durable solutions to displacement challenges.
DRC supports economic recovery and Gender Based Violence programming in Bangui, where there is a large population of returnees and IDPs living in extremely precarious conditions, along with at-risk youth who are faced with significant protection and livelihood concerns.
What we do
Protection, Shelter and Settlement, WASH, Economic Recovery and Peacebuilding.
Working in collaboration with
Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
OCHA Fonds Humanitaire RCA
Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations
Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance
Directorate-General for International Partnerships
Executive Director West & North Africa and Latin America