Central African Republic: Back to school after two years of conflict
Nelly (17) was living with her family in the Boda district in the Central African Republic (CAR). When the civil war broke out in 2013, resources became more difficult to come by. Like many other children her age, she had to drop out of school, in her case to sell peanuts and oranges at the local market to help her family make ends meet.
Supporting war affected children in Central African Republic
Plan International is working alongside local partners to ensure children affected by the conflict in the Central African Republic are able to access their rights and recover from the trauma they have suffered.
Supporting children released from armed groups and forces
In commemoration of the Day of the African Child 2016, Plan International Central African Republic organised an event for children released from armed groups in partnership with local organisation UTEFAJEDE.
Training helps youth recover from war
During the conflict in Central African Republic, Nafi has lost both her parents. Thanks to training provided by Plan International, she's gaining new skills and looking to the future.