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Bishop in Central African Republic Describes a Worsening Situation

June 11, 2014 by

A camp in Bossangoa filled with people who have fled violence in the Central African Republic. CRS is working with its partner Caritas Central African Republic to provide food, medicine and protection to people forced from their homes. Photo courtesy of Matthieu Alexandre for Caritas Internationalis

A camp in Bossangoa filled with people who have fled violence in the Central African Republic. CRS is working with its partner Caritas Central African Republic to provide food, medicine and protection to people forced from their homes. Photo courtesy of Matthieu Alexandre for Caritas Internationalis

Catholic Relief Services and Caritas continue to respond to the difficult situation in the Central African Republic, but as Bishop Nestor-Désiré Nongo-Aziagbia of the city of Bossangoa describes, the situation continues to get worse. From Caritas:

Rival fighters are terrorizing the Central African Republic, the government has lost control and the international community isn’t doing enough.

This is the message of Bishop Nestor-Désiré Nongo-Aziagbia of Bossangoa to a side-event at the 26th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva on 10 June.

“The chaos has reached an unprecedented level of barbarism,” says the bishop.

Read the full article on Caritas’ website.

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