Community livelihood activities in conflict affected regions of Central African Republic
The Central African Republic has been marked by decades of conflict and instability. According to UN estimates, in 2020, at least half of the population is in need of humanitarian assistance. Due to precarious security and living conditions, that have further worsened with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, international support remains low.
FSD has been working in the Central African Republic since 2014, providing critical humanitarian interventions and support to the peace process.
We are now raising funds to launch a livelihood activities project, to bridge the gap from humanitarian aid to long-lasting sustainable development. The main goal is to increase access to clean drinking water, hygiene facilities and education. FSD also aims at offering skill trainings and creating employment opportunities.