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THE CRISIS IN NUMBERS

2.7million people need immediate humanitarian assistance
1.4million people displaced since the beginning of the conflict
1.5million people food insecure
42million USD required by FAO under the 2015 Humanitarian Response Plan

DOCUMENTS

Central African Republic - Situation update 29 July 2015
Response opportunities As the security situation gradually stabilizes, agriculture offers the most opportunities for economic growth, ...
29 Julio2015
Central African Republic - Situation update 9 July 2015
FAO’s response A major food crisis was contained in 2014 thanks to timely donor support that ...
13 Julio2015
Joint field report CRS/DRC/FAO on the situation of transhumance following the 2013‒2014 crisis in the Central African Republic
In the Central African Republic, joint field surveys on the situation of transhumance and a ...
10 Junio2015
Central African Republic - Situation update 21 May 2015
FAO’S Response A major food crisis has been contained in 2014 thanks to timely donor support ...
31 Mayo2015

FUNDING

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TIMELINE

Coup d’état by the Seleka and the anti-Balaka is formed

The Seleka rebel group overthrows the Bozizé Government, triggering widespread violence. Shortly after, the anti-Balaka self-defence group is formed to fight back

MARCH 2013
5-11 DECEMBER 2013

Escalation of violence

Clashes erupt between the Seleka and the anti-Balaka. The UN Security Council adopts resolution 2127, authorizing the deployment of MISCA and the reinforcement of the French military contingent already stationed in CAR with “Operation Sangaris”. IASC Principals declare the humanitarian system-wide L3 emergency response for three months (then extended for six months)

Launch of Strategic Response Plan

Ex-Seleka President Djotodia resigns following criticism regarding his failure to stop violence and Ms Samba-Panza is appointed as interim President. The Strategic Response Plan is launched at Brussels high-level meeting requesting a total of USD 551 million

JANUARY 2014
10 APRIL 2014

MINUSCA TO PROTECT CIVILIANS

Following the deterioration of the security situation with violence across the country and newly formed armed groups, the UN Security Council authorizes the deployment of a multidimensional United Nations peacekeeping mission – MINUSCA – and its main mandate is to protect civilians

CEASEFIRE AGREEMENT SIGNED

Central African parties signed a ceasefire agreement during the three-day forum on reconciliation and national reconstruction held in Brazzaville, Congo

23 JULY 2014
JANUARY 2015

LAUNCH OF THE 2015 STRATEGIC RESPONSE PLAN

The 2015 Strategic Response Plan is launched, requesting USD 612.9 million to support a total of 2 million people in order to immediately improve their living conditions, reinforce their protection and facilitate the implementation of sustainable solutions to ensure the reintegration of returnees

FORUM DE BANGUI

The Forum de Bangui is held where an agreement is established between the two main armed groups to initiate the Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration process

4-11 MAY 2015

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