Central African Republic: Humanitarian Situation Report

UNICEF, Eds.: UNICEF, (2019)

- The security situation in April was calmer than previous months. New humanitarian needs mostly relate to IDPs and refugees’ returns, and to assessments conducted in areas inaccessible until now. - In response to a measles outbreak in the north of the country, UNICEF supported a vaccination campaign targeting over 45,000 children aged 6-59 months in the health districts of Paoua (Northwest) and Vakaga (Northeast). - With UNICEF support, 4,461 new IDP and returnee children, including 2,130 girls, returned to school in crisis-affected areas across the country - UNICEF and partners ensured the release of 96 children - including 39 girls - from armed groups in areas surrounding Bangassou and Kaga-Bandoro - The Rapid Response Mechanism (RRM) reached 13,169 people with Non-Food Items (NFI) and 2,933 with WASH assistance

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