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Engage to Stay and Deliver: Humanitarian Access in the Central African Republic


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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Keywords:Access and Negotiation, Conflict, violence & peace
Countries:Central African Republic
Agency:NRC - Norwegian Refugee Council
Author(s):Renouf, S.J.
Date published:September 2015

This study was commissioned to shed light on how different stakeholders in the Central African Republic (CAR) view the conditions that either help or hinder humanitarian access to deliver aid and affected populations’ ability to access the assistance provided. As a priority, this report seeks to better understand how these populations perceive humanitarian access problems, and the extent to which the findings are in line with access challenges identified by humanitarian actors.

Conducted in March 2015 in the areas of Bangui, Berberati, Carnot, Dekoa and Sibut, the study includes interviews with 689 people, 581 of whom were interviewed through focus groups and 108 in an individual, semi-structured framework using the methodology adopted by the Listening Project. Participants were selected with due consideration to diversity of gender, age, religion, ethnicity and displacement status (i.e., whether IDPs, host communities or returnees).

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