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Central African Republic
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Location  Africa
Capital  Bangui
Area  622,984 sq km
Population  4,950,027
"A bird will never hatch from a snake's egg"
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  • Elisabeth Domitien was elected as the first female Prime Minister of the Central African Republic on 3rd January 1975. She was the first woman to serve as prime minister of an African nation.[1]

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  • Central African Republic's government and rebels signed a peace deal on 11 January 2013 and agreed to the formation of a national unity government under a ceasefire deal to end an insurgency that swept to within striking distance of the capital.[2]

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  • Beatrice Epaye of Central African Republic was honored with the 2015 International Women of Courage Award by the United States Department of State at a presentation ceremony in Washington for advocating for better governance, economic development, and civil society freedoms, defending respect for human rights, and promoting national reconciliation.[3]

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  • Central African Republic's professional football league was relaunched on 10 April 2014 for its 2013/14 season, interrupted last year by an eruption of violence between Christians and Muslims in the country.[4]

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  • The World Bank on 22 May 2015 approved a total of US$12 million in new financing to rebuild the health system and strengthen the delivery of health services in Central African Republic (CAR). The project is expected to reach over 1 million direct beneficiaries in 2019 and will target the most vulnerable women and children.[5]

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  • The Sangha Trinational containing three National Parks, covering more than 750 000 hectares, joined where the three African countries - the Central African Republic, Congo and Cameroon - meet is named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012. It contains massive biodiversity, tropical rainforest and is home to Nile crocodiles, Forest Elephants, Western Lowland Gorillas, Goliath Tigerfish and the endangered Chimpanzee.[6]

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  • The Central African Republic gained independence from France on 13 August 1960.

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  • Central African Republic's last armed rebel group signed a peace deal with the government on 25 August 2012 that was designed to end years of violence in the country.[7]

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  • An additional 163 children soldiers – including 5 girls - were released by the anti-Balaka militia group in the Central African Republic on 28 August 2015. The new release of children by the armed group in Central African Republic brought the total to more than 600 since May 2015.[8]

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  • Central African Republic was admitted as a member of the United Nations (UN) on 20 September 1960.[9]

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  • The United Nations (UN) on 10 November 2016 approved funding for 26 projects at US$12 million in Central African Republic for national and international Non-Governmental Organisations and UN Agencies. The fund will support projects covering various needs including health, the fight against malnutrition, education, water sanitation and hygiene (WASH), protection and logistics support to restore humanitarian access.[10]

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  • Britain on 30 November 2013 announced to provide 10 million pounds in aid to Central African Republic in response to a severe escalation in the humanitarian crisis there. The new support package will allow the Red Cross, UN and international aid agencies to dramatically step up their relief programmes as the ongoing fighting between the Government force and rebel groups is likely to create a severe food crisis in the coming months.[11]


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