Central African Republic


Continued Conflict In Central African Republic Is Creating Severe Food Insecurity 1

In the Central African Republic (CAR), a country in the heart of the African continent, rebel militias continue to run amok in an estimated 80% of the country. Arbitrary violence, torture, weaponized rape, and displacement have been daily occurrences for the citizens of the CAR, with as many as half […]


Let Dialogue Lead – The Cameroon Crisis 1

The Current crisis in Cameroon is deadlock. There is no dialogue between the two conflicting groups, who are both being rigid, to give ground. The government is completely dependant on military victory and is ignore the talks that the separatists demand. Sine this friction has been ongoing since several months […]


Three Days Of National Mourning In The Central African Republic After Rebel Attacks Leave Over 50 Dead

The president of the Central African Republic (CAR), Faustin-Archange Touadéra, declared three days of national mourning after attacks left over 50 civilians dead in the villages surrounding the north-western village of Paoua, near the border with Chad. The killings, which took place on the 21st of May, are thought to […]


Dozens Of Civilians Killed By Militia In Central African Republic

At least 34 civilians have been left dead and many more wounded following attacks made by armed groups on villages in the northwest of the Central African Republic on 21st May. The attacks, which took place in villages belonging to the Ouham-Pendé Prefecture, were carried out by the rebel militia […]


The Other ‘Heart Of Darkness’: The Overlooked Crisis In The Central African Republic

In the classic and controversial novella titled ‘The Heart of Darkness’,  Joseph Conrad depicts the Belgian colonized territory around the Congo river as a place of intense savagery, madness, and depravity – at least to his European gaze. Conrad took what is now the modern-day Democratic Republic of the Congo […]


Unsafe Water Kills More Children In War Than Bullets, UNICEF Report Finds

A UNICEF Report has found that children under the age of five are 20 times more likely to die from diseases related to unsafe water, sanitation and hygiene, than from direct violence as a result of war. Released to coincide with World Water Day, the report emphasises the importance of […]


Where Are They Going?

“The last thing I remember of Syria before we left, was when my mother was taking me from our place to our grandparents. The roads were full of dead people. {…} I left my kitten, my friend, my school. I miss my home a lot. I hope one day we’ll […]


New Peace Deal For Central African Republic

Negotiations that resulted in an agreement for peace between the Central African Republic (CAR) and fourteen rebel groups took place this Tuesday, 5th February 2019, in Sudan’s capital city of Khartoum. This new agreement serves as the eighth attempt to unite the government and the rebel groups. Supported by the […]


The Long-Term Impact Of Conflict On Food Security In Africa

The requirements for sustainable peace and the motives of conflict fluctuate intensively and differ sporadically throughout the world. The link between hunger and conflict, however, is one that remains all too persistent, according to a joint report by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP). […]


Planting Roots In African Soil: Russia And CAR Sign New Military Deal

Less than a month ago, Russia’s growing presence in the Central African Republic (CAR) came to light after the controversial deaths of three Russian journalists who were investigating the Wagner Group, a private military company funded by Russian businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin, who has close ties to President Vladimir Putin. The […]