BANGUI – About one and a half million children in the civil war-torn Central African Republic (CAR) in emergency aid designated. Certainly 43.000 of them will be in 2019 life-threatening hunger. Furthermore, nearly every child in the poor country need protection against warring groups. This has the UN children’s fund Unicef Friday published.
The CAR is in chaos since muslim rebels, the Seleka, in 2013 the president off. Christian militias, the anti-balaka, entered the fight with the Seleka. Now fight a dozen rebel groups with each other and the army for control over veeroutes and gold – and uranium mines. According to the UN thousands of people have died in the violence, and is a fifth of the 4.5 million inhabitants of the country on the flight.