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Crisis in the Central African Republic

Crisis in the Central African Republic

The Central African Republic is currently one of the world’s most serious humanitarian crises. The resurgence of violence since the end of 2017 has further exacerbated the humanitarian needs of already vulnerable communities and triggered massive population displacements. FAO is working to improve the availability and access to food for vulnerable, severely food-insecure people, by helping them to resume agricultural production to restore their livelihoods and strengthen their resilience.

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