FAO warns situation of IDPs in Central African Republic

A group of refugees in a neighboring region of the Central African Republic. (Photo: internacional.elpais)

The spokesman for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO, if acronym), Elizabeth Byrs, said Friday that most of the displaced citizens of the Central African Republic (CAR) to neighboring regions of Cameroon, lack of different types of basic services, said that the situation of these people is extremely worrying.
Byrs in a press conference, presented evidence which shows that extreme violence currently lives in RCA, is the main reason that forces the people of this country to move to other areas in search of refuge. Spokeswoman argument rainfall left by clashes likely worsen the situation of refugees.
The crisis in the Central African Republic began when the rebel alliance Seleka, took control of Bangui, the capital of that country in March. Since then, conflicts between gunmen and army have plunged the nation into the caos.El United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), a recent report indicated that more than 935,000 people have been displaced in RCA due to the conflict affecting the country. Currently the nation is intervened by 1600 French troops supported by the Security Council of the United Nations (UNSC).