What we are doing
Despite the desperate and volatile situation, Action Against Hunger’s teams have managed to continue carrying out our programmes, strengthening our lifesaving nutrition activities to help those most at risk (children under five years of age), expanding access to clean water and sanitation facilities, and fostering livelihood and income opportunities for the long term.
In 2016 we gave 34,692 people nutritional support and ensured 140,454 people had access to clean water and sanitation. We also supported 54,634 people to become economically self sufficient.
"While the situation is dramatic, improvement in Central African Republic is totally feasible and possible.” - Alain Coutand, Regional Operations Manager at Action Against Hunger.