Central African Republic
Humanitarian agencies have restarted operations in Central African Republic’s restive province of Bria, weeks after suspending activities due to attacks by armed groups on their staff.*
95% of Bria’s territory is held by militia groups.
Despite a peace agreement signed in February, the area’s 50,000 displaced still can’t return home.
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