With years of experience campaigning for access to essential medicines in South African, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) fieldworker Claire Waterhouse, fou
Renewed conflict in Central African Republic
Since the military and political conflict started in the Central African Republic (CAR) in late 2012 armed groups have continued to proliferate and factionalise, and despite general elections being held and some sort of “normalcy” having been achieved in Bangui (with sporadic outbreaks of violence) and other parts of CAR, several provinces are effectively under the control of armed groups.
The conflict in CAR is flaring up yet again, becoming both more widespread geographically in the area of Bria and Bambari and causing more deaths, more wounded and more displacement amongst the civilian population.
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