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    Since the end of 2020, the humanitarian situation in the Central African Republic has seriously deteriorated. This is largely due to attacks from armed groups, who have extended their presence in parts of the country and are responsible for regular violent actions, particularly in the run-up to and following the general elections of December 2020. This resurgence of violence has had considerable impact on civilians and caused the displacement of an additional 321 000 people, bringing the total caseload to 738 280. The post-election violence and displacement are taking place in an already disastrous humanitarian context where about half of the country’s population is facing high acute food insecurity. Of the USD 31.5 million required by FAO under the 2021 Humanitarian Response Plan, USD 14.22 million are urgently needed to support 174 000 returnees and 300 000 host community members across the country through anticipatory action to grow food and avoid hunger in the coming months.
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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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    The Central African Republic is currently one of the world’s most serious humanitarian crises. As violence is likely to continue in 2018, further increasing the needs, it is essential to continue providing families with agricultural and livestock support to reduce critical vulnerabilities and strengthen their resilience to shocks. In 2018, restoring agricultural production is key to achieve stabilisation and peace in the Central African Republic.

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