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HIV/AIDS: Conflict in Central African Republic disrupts treatment

03 September 2014

But one refugee from South Sudan, has access to vital free medicine thanks to a church organization in Bangui. She was infected by her late husband.

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Solidarity between different generations of Central African refugees in Cameroon

12 August 2014

Motivated by a sense of solidarity, Bouba Mairama was a mother figure to many of the thousands of refugees who fled Central African Republic earlier this year.

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Joint Appeal: Help Needed for Central African Refugees

23 July 2014

The UN refugee agency and its partners appealed for more donor support to cope with the continuing outflow and deteriorating condition of refugees from the Central African Republic.

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UNHCR seeks $210m in revised appeal for refugees from Central African Republic

22 July 2014

The UN refugee agency and 16 partners are seeking urgent funds as CAR refugees continue to flee into the region in increasingly bad shape, especially in Cameroon.

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Rapid treatment saves seven-year-old CAR refugee chopped and left for dead

06 June 2014

UNHCR and its partners closely monitor the thousands of people crossing at Gbiti, Cameroon, keeping an eye out for those in need of medical assistance.

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I lost everything: my home, my flesh, my identity. My kids sleep on the floor.

widowed mother of four displaced in Bangui

Many fled without anything – no money, no food, not even a mat to sleep on.

Fatoumata Lejeune-Kaba

The Central African Republic is falling through the cracks of international attention. This cannot be allowed to happen.

António Guterres
High Commissioner for Refugees

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