Central African Republic

Appui d’urgence en CCCM dans les sites de déplacés de Birao et mise en place du projet pilote MCCCM en Vakaga

Central African Republic Zero Carbon
January 2021
June 2021

In the framework of this project, ACTED, in close consultation with the other humanitarian actors of Birao and with the CCCM cluster, proposes to relocate the households displaced from the Chinese site to the Yata site (new MINUSCA site) and will position itself as camp manager of the latter. Moreover, the Vakaga axes remain unexplored and are poorly served by humanitarian actors. ACTED proposes to develop a CCCM approach that is fast, mobile and complementary to the RRM approach in order to initiate a system that responds to the stakes related to the regrouping of people in informal sites on the axes. The teams will be deployed in a very short timeframe in order to provide an initial response to populations suffering from a shock; support and recommendations through a community approach so that they can organize, structure themselves and meet their needs. In addition, in the framework of interventions in humanitarian desert areas where the initial diagnosis would raise crying needs without a possible RRM positioning, ACTED will ensure the distribution of NFI kits thanks to the contingency stock of Birao and the pre-positioning of kits in Bria within the storage unit managed by ACTED.

Current projects

Emergency Response in Shelter/NFI and Food Security for Displaced Populations, Returnees and Host Communities in Zémio, Birao and Bangui Impacted by the Consequences of Covid19

Emergency food assistance and strengthening of the livestock sector in the humanitarian deserts of southeast CAR

Emergency food assistance and strengthening of the livestock sector in the humanitarian deserts of southeast CAR

Emergency food assistance and strengthening of the livestock sector in the humanitarian deserts of southeast CAR

Building Resilient and Integrated Communities (BRIC)- An integrated emergency assistance to conflict-affected returnees, host communities, and IDPs in the ‘humanitarian deserts’

Urgent response in water, hygiene and sanitation to support women, girls, boys and men affected by conflict and malnutrition in Mbomou and Lower Kotto

Emergency support to high malnutrition localities in Mbomou