Central African Republic — Displacement Dashboard 2 (January 2018)
Jan 15 2018
- Mobility Tracking
- Baseline Assessment
Sectarian and inter-communal violence erupted in December 2013 and resulted in internal and cross-border displacement of persons. The Central African Republic continues to experience high levels of insecurity and violent conflicts among different armed groups in most parts of the country, which causes new and protracted displacement. This dashboard presents information collected from 23rd December 2017 to 15th January 2018 in 195 villages and 5 sites in four Prefectures: Ouham-Pende, Nana-Gribizi, Bamingui-Bangoran and Mbomou. 61,050 IDPs, 32,466 former IDPs (Returnees), and 11,678 Returneed from abroad were identified. 51% of identified individuals were female, while 49% were male. 65% of them were minors (48% of which were under 5 years old); the average households was made up of 7.7 persons. 71% of households lived with host communities, 27% in rented shelters and 2% in collective shelters.