Central African Red Cross Society was admitted to the IFRC in 1975. In 2015, it counted 12,000 active volunteers (up from 9,200 in 2012), of which 40% were male and 60% female.

Latest news from Central African Red Cross Society

Malaria has a 58 per cent morbidity rate and a 54 per cent mortality rate in the Central African Republic, affecting children under 5 and expectant mothers the most.

25 April 2016

IFRC Secretary General Elhadj As Sy visits the Central African Red Cross headquarters in Bangui. Benoit Matsha-Carpentier / IFRC IFRC Secretary General Elhadj As Sy has paid tribute to the “extraordinary courage” of the volunteers and staff of the Cent …

13 April 2016

After more than two years of armed conflict with attacks and counter-attacks, there is a ray of hope for displaced families in the Central African Republic.

28 February 2016

Persistent violence in the Central African Republic has separated families, leaving many anxious about the future. Increased insecurity and poor road networks remain a big challenge for those who wish to look for their loved ones.

19 January 2016
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