The social history of the Central African Republic

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WFP Mobilises Support to 6,000 IDPs in North
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 24 May 2002. At the request of the government, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) has begun an emergency operation to provide food to internally displaced people (IDPs) forced to flee armed conflict in the northern part of the country, near the border with Chad.
Government Struggles to Reduce HIV/Aids Prevalence
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 24 May 2002. CAR hopes to reduce the HIV/Aids prevalence in the country from the current 14.8 percent to 5 percent in the next five years. The foundation for the CTA is the implementation of the global programme of caring for HIV/Aids-infected people.
UNICEF Says One-Third of Children Not Registered
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 20 June 2003. About 27.5 percent of children in the Central African Republic (CAR) are not legally registered at birth, which prevents them from having access to schooling and other community services.
Université de Bangui: les enseignants mettent fin à un mois de grève
AFP, 30 December 2003. Le gouvernement du Premier ministre centrafricain, Célestin Gaombalet, a versé un mois de salaire aux enseignants, ainsi qu'à tous les fonctionnaires et promis la satisfaction des autres revendications dans un délai raisonnable (in French).