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The Central African Republic - Humanitarian Response Plan 2017–2019

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    Central African Republic: Humanitarian Response Plan 2024 2024
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    The Central African Republic is one of the world’s ten poorest countries, with around 7 in 10 Central Africans living below the poverty line on less than USD 2.15 per day. Armed conflict, violence linked to transhumance and floods are the main shocks triggering population displacements and increasing vulnerabilities in the country. About half of the population is projected to be acutely food insecure in the coming months. Most live in rural areas, relying on agriculture for their food and income. They urgently need support to restore their production and improve their food security.
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    Central African Republic | 2020 Humanitarian Response Plan 2020
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    The Central African Republic has been experiencing a complex humanitarian crisis since the outbreak of the armed conflict in 2013. Population displacement and violence in an already fragile context have seriously affected the food security of vulnerable populations. As the humanitarian crisis persists, sustained agricultural support is crucial to enable vulnerable households to produce their own food and increase their income.
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    The Central African Republic | 2021 Humanitarian Response Plan 2021
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    Humanitarian needs in the Central African Republic continue to increase, mainly due to persistent armed conflict, violence linked to transhumance, floods, plant pests, animal diseases and the effects of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). If timely agricultural assistance is not provided, the number of people in high acute food insecurity is expected to increase to 2.3 million during this year’s lean season, a period in which food stocks are generally low or have been depleted.

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