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Central African Republic

9 current projects
8.54 m. € funding in 2021
215,000 people reached in 2021

With political crises and violent conflicts, the Central African Republic descended into chaos in 2013. Approximately a million people, in particular from rural regions, fled to neighbouring countries or to safe places within the country. Despite the signing of the Political Accord for Peace and Reconciliation in February 2019, the security situation in the Central African Republic remains highly volatile. Around 3.1 million people are dependent on humanitarian assistance (UN OCHA). Agricultural production has therefore drastically diminished, and food prices are exploding. More than 48% of the population is severely or moderately food insecure.

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Small Fields, Large Harvests

Every second citizen in the Central African Republic relies on humanitarian aid. We support people in their daily life.

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The Business of “Economic Revival”

In this large-scale consortium project, Welthungerhilfe supports emerging value chains by bringing together producers and distributors.

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More projects in Central African Republic

Sowing the First Seeds

Central African Republic | 2020 – 2023 | Budget: € 2,198,907
Institutional donors: World Bank

Hope for a New Start

Central African Republic | 2020 – 2023 | Budget: € 2,775,000
Institutional donors: BMZ

The Basics: Food, Drinking Water, and Sanitation Facilities

Central African Republic | 2022 – 2024 | Budget: € 2,528,283
Institutional donors: AA

Selling Rice, Honey, Fish, and Chicken Professionally

Central African Republic | 2022 – 2024 | Budget: € 300,000
Institutional donors: BMZ

Enrolling More Girls in the Football School for Peace

Central African Republic | 2021 – 2023 | Budget: € 420,000

Bringing Fruits and Vegetables to Market on Cargo Bicycles

Central African Republic | 2022 – 2023 | Budget: € 289,610
Institutional donors: WFP/PAM

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