Niger et RCA: les acteurs locaux au cœur de la réponse
Multiple waves of displacement have taken place in the Central African Republic (CAR) since 2005 as a result of conflict and widespread violence. During the past years, the humanitarian situation has seen a further deterioration following an intensification in the political and military crisis. Displacement has increased, and as of 2017, nearly 1.25 million people have been forced to flee their homes.
The lack of reliable and up to date information on displacement is one of the main challenge the humanitarian community is facing in CAR. IMPACT operates in CAR through REACH and has been present in the country since 2015. REACH works to fill information gaps by supporting the UN-led Rapid Response Mechanism and by providing information through multi-sector needs assessments on humanitarian needs. In 2017, AGORA was also deployed to Bangui to support area-based planning and response and strengthen coordination between international and local actors in the city.
Le Sud-Est de la République Centrafricaine apparaît comme particulièrement affecté par les conséquences d’une crise prolongée, entravant le développement socio-économique et déchirant les liens inter et intra-communautaires. L’accès aux services de base y est dégradé, les activités économiques réduites et la présence de l’État ténue. L’objectif des équipes AGORA sur place? Améliorer le quotidien de 200 000 bénéficiaires d’ici juin 2022, en s’appuyant sur des Plans de relèvement local.
Bangui, the capital city of the Central African Republic, is slowly emerging from the onset of a major crisis sparked in 2013 by the ousting of President François Bozizé. Seven years later, IMPACT, via its AGORA initiative, is working within neighbourhoods to support local actors towards recovery.
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