Project Name: Emergency Relief Project for the Affected by the Ongoing Crisis of Central African Republic

Project Location: Cameroon

Project details:
Due to the violence in the Central African Republic (CAR), thousands of people are estimated to have been killed, nearly half a million children are among the almost 1 million driven from their homes and 2.2 million, about half the population, need humanitarian aid. Throughout January 2014 and the first week of February, thousands of Muslim families from towns with sizable Muslim populations – Bossangoa, Bozoum, Bouca, Yaloké, Mbaiki, Bossembélé, and others in the northwest and southwest – fled to the neighbouring countries; Chad, Cameroon, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

An estimated 50,000 Muslims—many of them Central African Republic nationals—have been flown out of Bangui’s military airport on evacuation flights organized by Chad, Cameroon, Niger, and Senegal. The people who took refuges in Cameroon are approximately 35,000 and temporarily settled in the following places;

  • Yamba; 5,000 people
  • Ngaoui; 8,000 people
  • Batou Godole; 2,000 people
  • Garoua Boulay; 8,000 people
  • Kenzo; 12,000 people
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