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14 August 2013 - Women and their malnourished children rest in a nutrition treatment centre expanded with UNICEF support, in a Bangui hospital in Central African Republic. The Central African Republic is one of the world’s poorest countries, with one of the highest rates of under-five mortality? Resurgent conflict has worsened conditions, leaving 1.2 million people – 600,000 of them children – without access to basic services like water and health care.©UNICEF/Brian Sokol

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Welcome - MBaiki, Lobaye-Central African Republic

This photo from Lobaye, West is titled 'Welcome'.

Africa | 'Mornings are cold in December'.  Central African Republic | © Luca Gargano.

'Mornings are cold in December' - Central African Republic by Luca Gargano.

People wait for evacuation flights in a hangar at the airport in Bangui, Central African Republic, on Sunday, December 29. The African natio...

U.N.: Children beheaded as violence grows in Central African Republic

People wait for evacuation flights in a hangar at the airport in Bangui, Central African Republic, on Sunday, December The African natio.

Central African Republic | untitled by Ameen Dy

Central African Republic | untitled by Ameen Dy

Central African Republic, November, Photo: Michael Kamber for The New York Times

A young African woman at work in the fields, watering crops just outside Bangui  near Bangui, Central African Republic. (Thomas Koehler/Photothek/Getty Images)

The Women's Bathroom Sign You Can't Unsee (And Won't Want To)

A young African woman at work in the fields, watering crops just outside Bangui pictured on March 2014 near Bangui, Central African Republic. (Thomas Koehler/Photothek/Getty Images) From: 39 Stunning Images Celebrating Women Around The World

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, Bangui : A woman carrying a mattress on her head flees the Gobongo district in Bangui on December 26, 2013. AFP PHOTO/ MIGUEL MEDINA

Striking photos taken by AFP photojournalists around the world

a préoccupation concernant la situation pour les enfants en République centrafricaine six mois après que les combats ont atteint la capitale Bangui, avec de nombreux enfants morts des centaines de blessés et des milliers de déplacés. « La violence en...

Central African Republic school system is ‘on its knees’

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