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CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: SITUATION IN NUMBERS

SEPTEMBER

recent fightings in Bangui- 26/30 September 2015

Armed combats between


armed groups in the 3rd
and 1st districts.

Protest next to the


Presidential Palace,
several casualties and
wounded. Barricades
blocking all axis of the
city. Mosque in 2d
district vandalized.

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Clashes between
communities in 3rd
and 5th districts.
The only Muslim
community radio in
Bangui and a church in
the 5th district were
ransacked

10 international organizations had offices and


residences looted. Several
houses and public buildings
set on fire.
Curfew declared

Body of a
Muslim man found
near a mosque in PK5

421,000
IDPs since 2013

42,500

No access to airport. All


flights from and to CAR
cancelled.
In Bambari, more than
10 people wounded after
clashes in the city.

Airport runway
occupied by demonstrators, then cleared.
Petrol stations closed

Heavy shootings in the


8th district. Clashes
between internal forces
and MINUSCA.
People continue to flee

Some NGOs evacuated


their staff to DRC, via
the river. Around 765
Central Africans have
fled to DRC on 28 and
29 Sept.

No humanitarian
access to provide
emergency assistance
to the wounded and
to the most vulnerable
people. President
Samba-Panza returned
from NY where she
was attending UNGA.

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1 out 5

Central Africans is
displaced today

(internally or externally)

Over
people newly
displaced
in Bangui (as 30 September)

40

At least
people died
during the latest
outbreak of violence

250

Over
wounded during the latest
violence

1 out 2

Central Africans is
in need of humanitarian
assistance

470,000

Central African refugees


in neighboring countries

Sorce: CCCM Cluster, Protection Cluster, UNHCR Bangui, Central African Republic
For more information contact: Kouassi Lazare Etien, UNHCR Representative, etien@unhcr.org; Dalia Al Achi, PI Officer, alachi@unhcr.
org; Ndeye Marie Cisse, Associate reporting Officer, cisse@unhcr.org