Central African Republic

The Central African Republic, as its name suggests, is a landlocked state in central Africa. The country has experienced political instability throughout its post-independence history, which has been marked by armed conflict and coups d’Etat. The Republic’s history is replete with human rights abuses, many of which continue, including the killings of civilians by armed groups, sexual violence and the use of children as soldiers.

For more information please see the Child Rights Wiki

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457560070Population209800032.096337092403Population under 151637802.5055948946586Number of internet users
180 Human development index148 Happy planet ranking

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