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A warning from the Central African Republic

War in the Central African Republic (CAR) is causing severe food shortages. The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) said this week that 2.5 million people, about half the population, are hungry.

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Central African Republic gets early holiday gift

The Central African Republic (CAR) just received an early holiday gift that will benefit hungry children and farmers. The UN World Food Programme (WFP) said on Friday that Germany, the United States and Japan had donated to support the Purchase for Progress plan in the CAR.

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International School Meals Day: From the U.S., Central African Republic to Syria

On Thursday, March 5, we can all celebrate International School Meals Day. Food for education matters whether here in the United States or in lands far away.

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Good news for refugee children from the Central African Republic

A bit of hope for refugee children from the Central African Republic.

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Norwegian Air, UNICEF team up for life-saving flight

Norwegian Air recently filled the seats of a flight, but not with people.

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Famine still threatens Central African Republic

The situation continues to deteriorate in the war-torn country.

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Central African Republic: war prevents food from reaching hungry

Armed groups in the Central African Republic continue to wage war. United Nations peacekeeping soldiers have even come under attack. A recent ambush in the capital Bangui claimed the life of one Pakistani UN peacekeeper.

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