Publicado originalmente em: 02/02/2016
The Central African Republic rarely makes headlines, yet remains one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. Following more than three years of war, instability and outbreaks of violence continue. Even with a fragile peace taking hold after presidential elections, nearly 900,000 people remain displaced. About half are refugees, who’ve sought safety in neighbouring countries. Despite funding shortages, humanitarian agencies work hard to provide basic necessities such as food, water, shelter and medical care to hundreds of thousands of refugees affected by a crisis, largely forgotten by the world.