Children in the Central African Republic (CAR) are suffering from malnutrition and thirst. The infant mortality rate is at 18 percent and severe acute malnutrition is higher than the emergency threshold of 15 percent.
Najat Rochdi, UN Humanitarian Coordinator for CAR shared, “Where you have kids, those little girls and little boys coming to you and looking at you and telling, ‘I’m hungry, I’m starving,’ it’s horrible, really horrible. Unfortunately, the situation has worsened because we had in one year’s time an increase of 70 percent of the internally displaced people. Meaning more children, more little girls, and more little boys, meaning also that it’s a whole generation that is sacrificed because they are not going to school.”
The situation in CAR is the result of violence between the mostly Christian anti-Balaka militia and the mainly Muslim Séléka rebel coalition. The results of this confrontation have left adults and children displaced without resources. The United Nations launched a stabilization mission in 2014 to assist with security, human rights, humanitarian aid and political issues.
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