Like many other basic rights, access to health care has long been compromised by ongoing conflict in parts of the Central African Republic (CAR).
A joint delegation from the African Union (AU), Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS), United Nations and European Union is in Bangui for a high-level visit to the Central African Republic (CAR) from 2 to 5 June 2021.
“We are going to protect our staff so that they can better protect the Central African Republic and its most vulnerable population,” declared the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General and UN Humanitarian Coordinator, Denise Brown, upon the arriv
Proper road transport is essential for communities living in remote swathes of the Central African Republic (CAR). It is also vital for the mobility of UN troops, primarily tasked with the protection of civilians and the facilitation of humanitarian assistance.
After years of unrelenting conflict in the Central African Republic, justice and the rule of law are major concerns of the Central African people as well as the international community. Conflict often leaves countless victims of violence in its wake – violenc
Deployed to the Central African Republic (CAR) at a critical time – with the country on edge, on the eve of the 27 December 2020 general elections – peacekeepers from the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) have since been assisting their MINUSCA cou
Barely a week since holding a memorial ceremony for two of its peacekeepers, MINUSCA personnel gathered at the Mission’s headquarters in Bangui on 26 January 2021 to, once again, mourn the passing of two more blue helmets.