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Despite peacebuilding efforts, CAR has gotten bogged down since the 2012 crisis in a cycle of violence that has spread to several regions of the country generating growing humanitarian needs.

The civilian population is the most affected by this climate of violence. The overall situation of insecurity and instability is causing the displacement of many families to IDP amps or host families (estimated at 640,000 people in July 2018¹.
However, populations start to return, which shows that the context has cooled down somewhat, but it is still necessary to meet the urgent needs of the host and displaced populations and to compensate for the lack of access to basic services.

Ouaka Prefecture

Clashes between armed groups, international armed forces and the Central African armed forces continue to cause population movements. The Ouaka Prefecture has the largest number of IDPs, with the exception of Bangui (nearly 100,000 people according to the Population Movement Commission). The Humanitarian Response Plan² considers the Ouaka as a priority area for emergency humanitarian aid.
Needs are high, but the volatile security environment often hinders action in the field. The province therefore presents a challenge for humanitarian workers who must both assist populations in emergency situations and accompany displaced people who have been living in camps for several years.
The vast majority of these displaced people (81%) are concentrated in the sub-prefecture of Bambari, where TGH teams are present and develop a multisectoral approach, targeting both displaced and host populations.

  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
    TGH is responding to the emergency situation in IDP camps by supplying and distributing water by tanker trucks (water trucking), chlorinating water points, hygiene promotion, and maintaining sanitary facilities.
    Emergency health areas are being set up in villages along the axes, accompanied by hygiene awareness sessions. TGH rehabilitates boreholes and builds garbage pits. Semi-sustainable latrines and shower cabins are also built, taking into account gender protection issues.

  • Emergency Education
    Keeping displaced and host children in school are a  major challenge in times of crisis. It includes access to primary education and quality psychosocial support. Learning conditions have been improved through the capacity building of teachers, the making of school furniture, the rehabilitation and construction of schools and the distribution of teaching kits.
    Awareness-raising activities on the importance of education for all - especially for girls - have been carried out in partnership with the NGO Nourrir.
    Finally, ETAPE³  facilities have been set up to provide an emergency educational response to the children of displaced persons.

  • Food Security and Livelihoods
    TGH has a key role in food security, both in terms of emergency for displaced populations and in improving the resilience of host and returning populations.
    Emergency assistance reduced food and economic vulnerabilities by providing 6 000returnee and resident households with food seeds and agricultural tools. Farmers and households have received training on technical itineraries and agro-ecological practices (food and market gardening).  Training was also provided to auxiliary agents and managers of veterinary centers.
    40 women's groups received equipment to facilitate the transport of products for sale at the markets, and income-generating activities were set up and enhanced within 19 Parents' Associations and 800 households.


According to UNICEF, if nothing is done to fight inequality, 167 million children will live in extreme poverty around the world in 2030. Many of them live on the streets, and in Bangui - although very few studies are carried out to count them - there are several thousand of them, including those moving back and forth between the house and the street.
The causes of these situations of disruption are multiple. They can be of a sociopsychological, economic or family-related origin, forced or voluntary (children driven out, abused children, lack of means of subsistence within the household, etc.).
Street children are vulnerable, exposed to multiple forms of violence, abuse by peers or adults (rape, theft, economic exploitation, etc.), and to drug use, prostitution or HIV/AIDS infection.
TGH is developing an education/protection multi-sectoral programme in Bangui, Brazzaville and Pointe Noire (Republic of the Congo).
Public measures aimed at vulnerable groups - and more particularly at children at risk - are poorly developed. The national civil society organizations mobilized on this issue have been very strongly impacted by the political, security and economic crises of recent years. They are sorely lacking in financial, material and human resources.
This is the case of the Voix du Cœur Foundation, a Central African organisation committed to the protection of street children, which participates in the rounds organised by TGH to meet children in the street. These rounds help establish a relationship of trust with social workers and initiate a process of social and family reintegration. TGH is working to strengthen the capacities of this partner, in order to gradually hand over the project.

Vakaga Prefecture

The Vakaga Prefecture, the geographical starting point of the Seleka rebellion in 2012, is the first region to have suffered the consequences of the crisis that still affect CAR today. The region, geographically, economically, socially and politically isolated, is neglected by the central government.
Very few public services and infrastructure are still available, and population density is very low. The security situation is certainly improving, but humanitarian needs remain very high, and few NGOs are present in the prefecture.
TGH is currently active in the sectors of Education and Food Security.

  • Education / Protection
    Two axes have been chosen to meet the overall educational needs of the Vakaga: material support (school construction) to ensure access to education in a healthy and protective environment, and human resources support (training activities for parent-teachers) to ensure quality education for all.
    An awareness session on the importance of education - especially for girls - accompanies these actions.

  • Food Security and Livelihoods
    Training on the sustainable management of natural resources is provided, particularly to beekeepers and women's groups.
    The improvement of animal health goes through veterinary centers and via vaccination campaigns, in partnership with the National Livestock Development Agency (ANDE) and the National Federation of Central African Cattle Breeders (FNEC).
    Agricultural production (market gardening and field crops) is valued to improve household incomes, for example through support for the local multiplication of groundnut, rice, sorghum and cassava seeds.

¹ Report of the Commission on Population Movement

²  Humanitarian Response Plans (HRPs) are required for any humanitarian crisis that requires the support of more than one agency. They are created from the Humanitarian Needs Overview, which provides baseline data and analysis of the intensity of the crisis and identifies the most urgent humanitarian needs.

³ Temporary Learning and Child Protection Areas: an emergency education facility that provides children with a place to stay and recreational activities.


Rounds in Bangui. August 2019

Improving the protection and social and educational reintegration of street children in Bangui

Education and protection
  • Beneficiaries: CDCS : 1200 children / UNICEF : 828 children
  • Duration: CDCS : 12 months – From 02/01/2019 to 01/31/2020
    UNICEF : 10 months - From 10/01/2019 to 07/30/2020
  • Budget: CDCS : 300,000 € / UNICEF : 164,000 €

Triangle Génération Humanitaire's (TGH) programmes with street children in Bangui aim to develop prevention, protection and education activities for these children. This helps improve their reintegration and the quality of the care they receive in a protective environment that allows their development and their social and educational reintegration.


Inauguration of fish sales premises, December 2018, Birao, Vakaga Prefecture

Economic development assistance programme for producers

Sécurité alimentaire et moyens d'existence
  • Funding: European Union, BÊKOU Fund
  • Beneficiaries: 73,040 direct beneficiaries
  • Duration: 24 months - From 12/01/2018 to 11/30/2020
  • TGH budget: € 1,144,700; Consortium budget: € 5,000,000

In synergy with four international NGOs operating in northern CAR, this programme strengthens producers' skills, promising agro-pastoral sectors, local markets, access to adequate services and equipment and local mechanisms for peaceful conflict resolution.


Alternative bore hole - Ouaka- March 2017

Multisectoral assistance for displaced people

Domaine d'expertise multisecteur
  • Funding: European Union
  • Beneficiaries: 90,139 people
  • Duration: 12 months - From 01/01/2018 to 08/31/2019
  • Budget: €925,000

This programme develops a strategy aiming to improve access to education and sets up activities in the Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH) sector, as a continuation of TGH's intervention in the implementation of services for displaced people in Bambari and Ngakobo.



April 2019 / March 2020

Fighting food insecurity and strengthening means of production

The objective of this programme is to improve the availability and access to food resources for vulnerable populations in the Ouaka. To that end, TGH provides conflict-affected people with access to essential agricultural inputs for field crops and for the vegetable season.


February 2019 / March 2020

WASH Assistance for displaced and returned populations affected by conflicts

TGH's WASH intervention focuses on the emergency needs of displaced populations already present in Bambari and Ngakobo and of host populations affected by the conflict. Its aim is to provide decent living conditions for vulnerable populations.


September 2019 / December 2019

Emergency assistance to people affected by the crisis in the sub-prefecture of Birao

The objective of this programme is to provide emergency assistance to the tens of thousands of displaced people in the new Birao reception camps by improving the access conditions to safe water, hygiene and sanitation services.


September 2019 / Decembere 2019

Reducing food insecurity of households affected by political and security instability in the sub-prefecture of Birao

The objective is to contribute to the emergency response to the food needs of vulnerable populations affected by security instability in north-eastern CAR. TGH thus aims to improve the food security of vulnerable households at risk in the sub-prefecture of Birao.


June 2019 / January 2020

Provide emergency WASH assistance for vulnerable populations

TGH’s programme focuses on emergency access to WASH services for displaced populations in Bambari, in the camps and in the districts where host families live, but also in the city's neighbourhoods, in order to provide conditions that respect human dignity.


June 2019 / December 2019

Improving access displaced children from the Bambari Sub-Prefecture

TGH has been working in the Ouaka Prefecture in the Emergency Education and Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH) sectors since 2014. The NGO has an excellent understanding and experience of the intervention areas and provides a response adapted to the target beneficiaries.


September 2018 / August 2019

Educational programme for children

TGH improves the quality of the education delivered in the Vakaga Province by making learning spaces protective and safe environments.


June 2018 / March 2019

Protection and education programme for displaced children

TGH covers the needs of the displaced populations of the Ouaka Prefecture in the education sector, and intervenes with the newly displaced populations in Séko, implementing emergency education activities.


May 2018 / February 2019

Food aid for vulnerable populations

TGH aims to strengthen the livelihoods of vulnerable households to improve the resilience of populations in the Vakaga Prefecture.


April 2017 / April 2019

Food aid for vulnerable populations

This project is carried out in consortium with the French Red Cross, which operates in Berberati. TGH's action targets the sub-prefecture of Bambari. The objective of this project is to provide emergency assistance and reduce the food and economic vulnerability of vulnerable populations in the sub-prefecture of Bambari.


May 2016 / April 2019

Support programme for the protection of vulnerable children. Joint project between the Central African Republic and the Republic of the Congo

Improve the protection and reintegration of children in situation of vulnerability through awareness-raising sessions and the strengthening of public actors’ and associations’ intervention capacities.


June 2018 / January 2019

Provide emergency water, hygiene and sanitation assistance to the displaced populations

This programme improves access to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene in order to preserve the integrity and dignity of people displaced by the crisis in the Ouaka Prefecture.


May 2018 / January 2019

Emergency assistance to meet the vital needs of displaced populations

This programme sets up fundamental life-saving services in conflict areas not covered by recovery actors in the Ouaka Prefecture, in order to provide water, hygiene and sanitation assistance that preserves the integrity and dignity of people displaced by the crisis in CAR.


October 2018 / December 2018

Emergency support to the populations affected by the crisis in the Ouaka Prefecture

In order to meet the basic life-saving needs of populations affected by the crisis in the Ouaka Prefecture, this programme organises water trucking to IDP sites, as well as motorised pumping activities on boreholes and water chlorination management.


August 2018 / October 2018

Support the integration of displaced children in Bambari into the formal education system

TGH aims to enhance the material, logistical and human capacities of the formal education system in the Ouaka in order to maximise the access of children from host and displaced communities to a protective and quality educational environment.


October 2017 / February 2018

Emergency assistance and improved access to drinking water for host and displaced populations

This programme establishes access to drinking water as part of the emergency assistance provided to host and displaced populations in the sub-prefecture of Ouaka.


April 2017 / February 2018

Improve food security in the Vakaga Prefecture

The aim is to secure and strengthen the livelihoods and resilience of populations in the Vakaga Prefecture.


January 2017 / December 2017

WASH emergency assistance to the displaced populations of the Ouaka

TGH operates in the Water, Hygiene and Sanitation sector to help displaced populations in the Ouaka Prefecture, and improves the livelihoods of households who have returned to their villages on the axes around the city of Bambari.



Programme aiming to strengthen the resilience of herders through the reorganization of transhumance networks and the restoring of inter-community exchanges

Contribute to securing and improving the livelihoods of vulnerable populations of herders and agro-pastoralists in the sub-prefecture of Bambari.

September 2017 / December 2017

Towards strengthening the resilience of vulnerable populations affected by political and security instability

Improving the food security of vulnerable households at risk of survival and livelihood deficits in the sub-prefecture of Bambari

March 2017 / December 2017

Emergency assistance to populations affected by the conflict

This global approach aims to provide emergency assistance tailored to the specific needs of displaced people, in the camps or in host families. Access to drinking water will be ensured for the populations, who will also benefit from better hygiene and sanitation conditions thanks to the rehabilitation of health infrastructure. .

January 2017 / December 2017

Access to a quality learning environment for students of the Vakaga

This action helps improve the schooling conditions of students in the Vakaga, through improved facilities, training and support to the schooling of young girls.

April 2017 / November 2017

Emergency assistance and improvement of the livelihoods of host and returning populations

This programme addresses the emergency needs of returnees back on the axes, improving their living conditions and their level of resilience through the distribution of seeds purchased locally or supplied by FAO, complemented by distributions of agricultural tools.

April 2017 / October 2017

Distribution of food seeds and agricultural tools

This programme distributes seeds and tools provided by FAO to households previously trained by TGH, in order to improve resilience and livelihoods in the Ouaka when the region faces threats or crisis situations.

June 2016 / August 2017

Emergency assistance for the education of pupils in the sub-prefecture of Bambari

This program encourages the return to school of out-of-school children in the sub-prefecture of Bambari.

March 2017 / June 2017

Reducing the food vulnerability of households affected by political and security instability

This action contributes to strengthening the resilience of vulnerable populations affected by political and security instability through improved food security and livelihoods.

November 2016 / May 2017

Organization and implementation of a livestock vaccination campaign

This programme supports the food production of herders and agro-pastoralists in the Vakaga and the Ouaka Prefectures.

March 2016 / April 2017

WASH emergency assistance for the populations affected by the conflic

Provide WASH emergency assistance to displaced people in the camps in Bambari and initiate sustainable solutions to support potential population returns.

December 2016 / March 2017

Emergency assistance to people affected by the crisis

TGH operates in the Water, Hygiene and Sanitation sector to help displaced populations in the Ouaka Prefecture.

May 2016 / February 2017

Improve food security in the Vakaga Prefecture

Strengthen the resilience capacity and the livelihoods of populations in the Vakaga.

February 2016 / February 2017

Food distribution in IDP camps in the Ouaka Prefecture

Provide emergency food assistance to vulnerable populations in the Ouaka Region, in Bambari (PK8 and Aviation) and in Ngakobo.

May 2016 / Decembre 2016

Restoring basic services in the education and promoting pupils’ return to school throughout the Vakaga Prefecture

Encourage the pupils of 25 schools to go back to school in the towns of Birao, Sikkikede and Gordil, and ensure a healthy school environment.

June 2016 / September 2016

Emergency assistance to people affected by the crisis in the Ouaka Prefecture

This program provides emergency assistance in the water, hygiene and sanitation sector to people living in IDP camps in the Ouaka.

May 2016 / November 2016

Distribution of staple food seed and agricultural tools

Strengthen the resilience capacity and the livelihoods of populations in Ombella Mpoko and Lobaye.

October 2015 / August 2016

Support project for the recovery of the educational system

As the only humanitarian actor present in the education sector in the Vakaga Prefecture, TGH aims to promote the re-schooling of school-age children.

July 2015 / October 2016

Protection device for street children

Faced with the alarming increase in the phenomenon of street children in Bangui, the mobile field unit, operated by TGH since 2014, allow these children access to social and educational services and basic healthcare.

October 2014 / August 2016

Integrated programme to reduce the causes and effects of malnutrition for vulnerable populations

The programme aims to improve the health of women and children under 5 years of age in the sub-prefectures of Berberati and Bambari by treating the main causes and effects of malnutrition.

December 2010 / May 2016

Organisational and structural reinforcement of Students’ Parents Associations to improve management of schools.

This program aims to help reducing poverty by improving access to education for all, through a revival of the FNAPEEC, in order to give Parents’ associations the means to better handle the schools.

April 2011 / January 2016

Towards lasting access to potable water and a sanitary environment for vulnerable populations

This project is part of a wide-scale, “multi-country” proposal launched by the European Commission in 2010. It targets populations living in rural areas of Ouaka, who do not have lasting access to drinking water. The programme will be carried out in partnership with a local NGO, Nourrir.

November 2015 / May 2016

Improve food security in the Vakaga

This action aims to strengthen the livelihoods and resilience capacity of the populations most affected by the crisis in the Vakaga Prefecture, thus contributing to improve their food security.

November 2015 / March 2016

Emergency assistance for the populations affected by the crisis in the Ouaka Region

TGH, the main actor in the water, hygiene and sanitation sectors, implements an emergency response to cover the needs of IDPs and host communities in the prefecture.

May 2015 / January 2016

Distribution of food and protection of seeds

This programme helps mitigate the consequences of the current crisis on the food security of vulnerable populations in the Central African Republic

May 2015 / February 2016

Multi-sectoral assistance to populations affected by the conflict

This programme aims to supply all IDPs with drinking water, control major health risk and provide direct support to the host communities located on rural axes through the boosting of food production and the reconstruction of local resilience capacities.

April 2015 / April 2016

Revival of primary schooling in the Vakaga Prefecture

This programme is open to all students on the school lists of targeted schools in the Vakaga Prefecture, and to the members of Parents Associations (APE) of these institutions.

May 2014 / May 2015

Emergency assistance for the populations affected by the conflict and for IDPs in the Ouaka

The programme aims to address the needs in water, hygiene and sanitation of displaced populations from Bambari and Grimari, as well as to support populations from the Ouaka affected by the crisis.

February 2014 / May 2015

Improve access to drinking water in the Vakaga Region

The programme aims to improve access to safe drinking water in the Vakaga area where it is very poor, and to reduce the health risks related to improper use of water and inadequate hygiene practices.

October 2013 / August 2015

Restore drinking water access in Bambari

This project aims to restore water services in Bambari disrupted by the 2012-2013 politico-military crisis.

December 2010 / June 2015

Towards improved living conditions of the most vulnerable farming populations in Ouaka

By providing technical support to the farmers in the area, TGH contributes to diversifying and improving local farming production.

August 2013 / May 2015

To improve food security and strengthen agricultural production in areas affected by the politico-military crisis

This programme targets the TGH’s three areas of assistance in CAR: Bangui, Ouaka and Vakaga. Its objective is to relieve the consequences of the recent politico-military crisis on food security for vulnerable populations.

March 2015 / December 2015

Improve the living conditions of displaced populations

The overall objective of this programme is to provide assistance in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene sectors to displaced populations settled in long-term camps in the Ouaka Prefecture, and to maintain an emergency response capacity and provide support for people following a logic of return.

October 2011 / April 2015

Towards strengthening the capacity of local actors in favor of street children

Under the European Union « non-state actors » budget line, this project aims to strengthen the capacities of a network of Central African NGOs in their response to the needs of street children in Bangui.

July 2014 / February 2015

Emergency assistance in Water, Hygiene and Sanitation for the people affected by the crisis in the Ouaka Region

The programme aims to establish a contingency plan to provide emergency aid in the sector of water, hygiene and sanitation to populations affected by the conflict in the Ouaka Prefecture.

March 2014 / December 2014

Improve food security and enhance the livelihoods of the people affected by the crisis

This programme aims to ensure a better harvest for the 2014 season, and to enhance the livelihoods and resilience capacity of the populations most affected by the crisis in the Vakaga.

September 2014 / October 2014

Assessment of the food security situation of populations affected by conflicts

Funding: WFP (World Food Programme)
Budget: 7 263 USD

May 2014 / August 2014

Emergency programme Water, Hygiene and sanitation in Grimari – Ouaka Prefecture

The programme aims to respond to the emergency situation in Grimari, ensuring the supply of water, hygiene and sanitation for IDPs.

April 2014 / AAugust 2014

Emergency agricultural assistance to restore food security for the populations affected by the crisis

The programme aims to distribute food and vegetable kits as well as food rations to protect seeds in the Birao area, Vakaga Prefecture .

January 2013 / December 2013

Multi-sectoral emergency assistance to vulnerable population in Ouaka rural areas

This programme aims to supply multi-sectoral integrated aid to Ouaka rural communities affected since December 2012 by the politico-military crisis, to reduce the population’s exposure to water borne illnesses, food insecurity and school absenteeism.

July 2013 / December 2013

Multi-sectoral support for gradual integration and empowerment of Sudanese refugees

This programmes aims to supply multi-setoral aid to refugees to at least restore pre-crisis levels. Increase / maintenance of drinking water supply achieved by repair of existing water points and formation of management committees for water points.

August 2012 / October 2012

Meeting the urgent needs of populations threatened by famine in north-eastern CAR

Despite seed distribution campaigns and supervision provided by TGH since 2008, agricultural production remains poor due to fighting between Goula and Rounga ethnic groups and to low rainfall.

May 2012 / January 2013

Meeting the urgent needs of populations

Since 2007, north-eastern Central African Republic (CAR) has become the scene of military operations conducted by several Central African and foreign armed groups, leading to mass population displacements.

February 2012 / February 2013

Improve food security and enhance agricultural production

This program aims to improve the living conditions of populations displaced by conflicts in north-eastern CAR by supporting agricultural production and livestock breeding.

January 2012 / December 2012

Support to the gradual empowerment of Sudanese refugees

The Haute Kotto prefecture, or more precisely the town of Sam Ouandja, has been hosting Sudanese refugees since 2007. This population, originating from the town of Daffaq (350 km south of Nyala, Sudan), fled Sudan following government bombing and exactions by armed militias called "djanjaweeds".

April 2011 / March 2012

Emergency support to the populations victim of violence

The aim of this programme is to provide access to drinking water for the victims of violence in north-eastern CAR and to ensure a rapid response to cover the primary needs of the displaced population.

March 2011 / December 2011

Improving food security and strengthening agricultural production

This program aims at providing households with access to good quality seeds in order to reduce the level of food vulnerability in the targeted area, and to maximize the impact of agricultural labor by strengthening the technical skills of farmers.

January 2011 / December 2011

Multi sector-based accompaniment towards integration and progressive self-sufficiency

TGH, already operating in the neighbouring Vakaga prefecture, carried out a joint assessment together with the UNHCR and IMC immediately upon the arrival of the refugees in 2007. A camp had then been set up by those same actors in order to provide for the bare necessities of the refugee population.

October 2008 / July 2011

Restore Essential Services & Revitalize the Social Fabric

After performing emergency relief, TGH is now launching a programme aimed at sustainable improvement of the living conditions for the people of Vakaga, particularly in terms of water and education.

January 2010 / December 2010

Programme for Sudanese refugees in Sam Ouandja: access to essential services and integration

In compliance with our strategy in the CAR, and as a natural continuance of the past year's programme, we are working to help Sudanese refugees adapt to their new environment.

June 2010 / November 2010

Towards sustainable access to drinking water for vulnerable populations

This program aims to consolidate benefits of the previous program in which we built potable water sources in sufficient number and quality. By continuing the action, we aim to improve local capacities in terms of maintenance and management of the water facilities created.

March 2009 / October 2009

Improving food safety for the people of Vakaga and Haute Kotto

Thanks to support from the Fonds Commun Humanitaire (CHF), at the end of 2008 and the start of 2009, TGH assessed the food safety situation and potential farming development schemes in the areas where we operate.

March 2009 / December 2009

Towards sustainable access to drinking water for vulnerable populations

The town of Sam Ouandja has no source of potable water despite the fact that it is available underground in sufficient quantity. The problem stems from the lack of infrastructures capable of extracting the water.

November 2008 / September 2009

Improve access to primary education in Sam Ouandja

Since May 2007, when we started working with Sudanese refugees in Sam Ouandja, we have been assessing the humanitarian needs of the local residents.

January 2008 / December 2009

Support to refugees in Sam Ouandja

This programme extends our previous programme to help Sudanese refugees living on the outskirts of Sam Ouandja (Prefecture of Haute-Kotto).

April 2007 / December 2008

Food safety programmes

During the first 18 months of its intervention, in collaboration with the World Food Programme (WFP) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), TGH worked to reduce the negative impact of the refugees' displacement, particularly in terms of general food safety.

November 2007 / October 2008

Emergency assistance to victims of the conflict – Vakaga Prefecture

This programme was an initial emergency response to the population’s needs that are primarily caused by the conflict. The following actions took place.

November 2007 / July 2008

Emergency assistance to victims of the conflict Vakaga region

Following an initial emergency intervention and in the framework of the decision made by the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid Department (ECHO) to support the people impacted by the crisis in the north of the Central African Republic (CAR).

June 2007 / December 2007

mergency relief for refugees from Darfur in the north eastern town of Sam-Ouandjia, Prefecture of Haute-Kotto

After repeated attacks on Dafak, in South Darfur, over 3000 people, mainly women and children, fled to Sam-Ouandjia, a town located some 50 kilometres away from the border with Sudan.

March 2007 / Novemberre 2007

mergency assistance to victims of the Central African Republic conflict – Vakaga region

This emergency programme consists in alleviating the primary needs of the population. Needs directly created by the conflict. This programme also includes activities aiming to lighten the effects of chronic under-development within this region.