Central African Republic

Working With Children in Central African Republic


 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) impact on World Vision operations

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The Central African Republic has faced decades-long political instability and occasional outbreaks of violence, resulting in a dire humanitarian situation for the country's roughly 5 million citizens. Ranked second to the last on the UN’s Human Development Index in 2022, children in Central African Republic are particularly vulnerable to malnutrition, conflict and outbreaks of disease. A total of 3.1 million people are in need of assistance.
 
World Vision has been working in the Central African Republic since 2014. Our focus is mainly on addressing food security through agriculture and livestock techniques and improving the entrepreneurial skills and financial literacy of community members. In the past decade, more than 130,000 have benefitted from food assistance, over 60,000 received cash assistance, and nearly 2,700 metric tons of food have been distributed in the Central African Republic.

Your impact in Central African Republic 

Together, we’re making real change in the lives of children, families and communities. Just some of what was achieved with Canadian support in the past year:
  • 10 cases of gender-based violence were identified and followed up on.
  • 100 children and adults participated in trainings on child protection, including gender-based violence, positive parenting, children's rights and early marriage.
Results of World Vision Canada's projects between October 2020 and September 2021,
in partnership with the World Food Programme, Global Affairs Canada and other institutional donors
  • 8 community groups received training in COVID-19 prevention.
Results of World Vision Canada's projects between October 2020 and September 2021,
in partnership with the World Food Programme, Global Affairs Canada and other institutional donors
  • 274 community members who received financial and business training are now using the skills they acquired.
  • 393 people were trained in agriculture and livestock techniques including food production, livestock handling, climate-smart techniques and post-harvest storage methods.
  • 10 people were trained in business and entrepreneurial skills, including financial literacy and income-generating activities outside of livestock-rearing and agriculture.
  • 2,681 metric tons of food was distributed to meet families' immediate survival needs.
  • 63,268 people benefitted from cash transfers, giving them freedom and ability to meet their immediate household needs.
  • 62,649 people benefitted from the provision of food assistance.
  • 4,088 people received support with agricultural resources, including large and small livestock and seeds.
Results of World Vision Canada's projects between October 2020 and September 2021,
in partnership with the World Food Programme, Global Affairs Canada and other institutional donors
 
  • 899 people received hygiene products and kits to support their health and wellbeing.
Results of World Vision Canada's projects between October 2020 and September 2021,
in partnership with the World Food Programme, Global Affairs Canada and other institutional donors

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