From the American People
Central African Republic
20 September 2011
More than 10 million women and children suffer from micronutrient deficiencies In East Africa. Micronutrients are minerals and vitamins that humans needs to stay healthy and...
26 February 2009
In January 2009, USAID/East Africa led an assessment mission in the Central African Republic (CAR) to identify programming needs and opportunities in infrastructure development, particularly...
23 June 2006
Nearly 200,000 African infants are born each year infected with HIV. About half that number die before their second birthday. The need for specialized knowledge and treatment among the region’s pediatricians is evident. In cooperation with the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, USAID is supporting an initiative to expand expertise and share knowledge among medical professionals in the region: the African Network for Care of Children Affected by HIV/AIDS (ANECCA).
3 October 2012
USAID announced a new award that will help communities in the Central Africa Republic (CAR) reduce their vulnerability to violence from the Lord's Resistance Army...
Food vendors and buyers in the Central African Republic.
A spirited reveler celebrates the start of the new road.
Left U.S. Ambassador Cook and Right CAR President Bozize officially launch the road rehabilitation activity.
On The Road in CAR.
Market scene in CAR.
Last updated2 May 2013
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