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UNHCR and partners seek US$331 million to help refugees from Central African Republic

23 January 2015

Grave concerns that violence in the Central African Republic will continue, forcing growing numbers of people to flee their homes

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The Central African Republic Crisis: Hardship and Resilience

22 January 2015

As the conflict drags on in CAR, the UN refugee agency and its partners appeal for more support to help over 425,000 refugees in four neighbouring countries.

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As one year ends, Central African refugees make a wish for 2015

08 January 2015

Four refugees and two aid workers at a camp in northern Democratic Republic of the Congo tell UNHCR of their hopes and goals for the coming year.

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UNHCR seeks rescue of ethnic group from Central African Republic town

23 December 2014

Adults and children among the 474 Muslim Peuhl in Yaloke have become severely malnourished. Since their arrival in Yalokel, 42 among the group have died.

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More than 850,000 people in volatile Central African Republic remain displaced

05 December 2014

One year after a wave of violence erupted in Bangui, more than 850,000 people, or nearly a fifth of the country's population, remain displaced.

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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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