Central African Republic: Overview of incidents affecting humanitarian workers (November 2022)


The civilian population continues to be affected by tensions and armed violence in the Central African Republic. From January to November 2022, 165 incidents affecting humanitarian workers were recorded.

The number of incidents recorded in November corresponds to the average trend observed since the beginning of the year. 79% of the 14 incidents during this month were cases of robbery from humanitarian installations, convoys, and vehicles. The remaining three cases concerned access constraints against humanitarian personnel.

The prefectures of Ouham (26 per cent), Bangui (22 per cent) and Ouaka (9 per cent) remain the most affected. Theft, robbery, looting, threats and assault represent 71 per cent of incidents.
Interferences and movement restrictions account for the remaining 48 incidents (29 per cent).


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