Central African Republic

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

Central African Republic Humanitarian Action
May 2020
May 2021

The intervention aims to support the sustainable return of conflict-affected IDPs to their localities of origin and strengthen return communities through an integrated, multisectoral emergency assistance. In that way, ACTED will provide an assistance during one year for 13,400 direct beneficiaries (2,400 individuals in Zémio, 5,500 individuals in the Mbomou Prefecture, and 5,500 individuals in the Basse Kotto Prefecture) through shelter reconstruction, NFI distribution, agricultural support, and improved access to water, sanitation and hygiene services. Moreover, the project will feature a country-wide information management component implemented by REACH.

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