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It is bordered by Chad to the north, Sudan to the northeast, South Sudan to the east, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the south, the Republic of the Congo to the southwest and Cameroon to the west. Most of the CAR consists of Sudano-Guinean savannas , but the country also includes a Sahelo - Sudanian zone in the north and an equatorial forest zone in the south.

Two thirds of the country is within the Ubangi River basin which flows into the Congo , while the remaining third lies in the basin of the Chari , which flows into Lake Chad. What is today the Central African Republic has been inhabited for millennia; however, the country's current borders were established by France, which ruled the country as a colony starting in the late 19th century.

After gaining independence from France in , the Central African Republic was ruled by a series of autocratic leaders, including an abortive attempt at a monarchy ; [7] by the s, calls for democracy led to the first multi-party democratic elections in The Central African Republic Bush War began in and, despite a peace treaty in and another in , fighting broke out between various factions in December , leading to ethnic and religious cleansing of the Muslim minority and massive population displacement in and Despite its significant mineral deposits and other resources, such as uranium reserves, crude oil , gold , diamonds , cobalt , lumber , and hydropower , [8] as well as significant quantities of arable land , the Central African Republic is among the ten poorest countries in the world, with the lowest GDP per capita at purchasing power parity in the world as of Approximately 10, years ago, desertification forced hunter-gatherer societies south into the Sahel regions of northern Central Africa, where some groups settled and began farming as part of the Neolithic Revolution.

Products were often moved in ceramic pots, which are the first known examples of artistic expression from the region's inhabitants. The Bouar Megaliths in the western region of the country indicate an advanced level of habitation dating back to the very late Neolithic Era c. Bananas arrived in the region [ when? Production of copper , salt , dried fish , and textiles dominated the economic trade in the Central African region. During the 16th and 17th centuries slave traders began to raid the region as part of the expansion of the Saharan and Nile River slave routes.

Their captives were enslaved and shipped to the Mediterranean coast, Europe, Arabia, the Western Hemisphere, or to the slave ports and factories along the West and North Africa or South the Ubanqui and Congo rivers. The European penetration of Central African territory began in the late 19th century during the Scramble for Africa.

France created Ubangi-Shari territory in After World War I France again annexed the territory. Modeled on King Leopold 's Congo Free State , concessions were doled out to private companies that endeavored to strip the region's assets as quickly and cheaply as possible before depositing a percentage of their profits into the French treasury.

The concessionary companies forced local people to harvest rubber, coffee, and other commodities without pay and held their families hostage until they met their quotas. Between , a year after the French first arrived, and , the population declined by half due to diseases, famine and exploitation by private companies. New forms of forced labor were also introduced and a large number of Ubangians were sent to work on the Congo-Ocean Railway.

Through the period of construction until there was a continual heavy cost in human lives, with total deaths among all workers along the railway estimated in excess of 17, of the construction workers, from a combination of both industrial accidents and diseases including malaria.

The extent of this insurrection, which was perhaps the largest anti-colonial rebellion in Africa during the interwar years, was carefully hidden from the French public because it provided evidence of strong opposition to French colonial rule and forced labor.

MESAN continued to exist, but its role was limited. A year later, Emperor Bokassa crowned himself in a lavish and expensive ceremony that was ridiculed by much of the world. In April , young students protested against Bokassa's decree that all school attendees would need to buy uniforms from a company owned by one of his wives.

The government violently suppressed the protests, killing children and teenagers. Bokassa himself may have been personally involved in some of the killings. Kolingba suspended the constitution and ruled with a military junta until He introduced a new constitution in which was adopted by a nationwide referendum. By , inspired by the fall of the Berlin Wall, a pro-democracy movement arose. A new constitution was approved on 28 December but had little impact on the country's politics. During this time the Peace Corps evacuated all its volunteers to neighboring Cameroon.

The Bangui Agreements , signed in January , provided for the deployment of an inter-African military mission, to Central African Republic and re-entry of ex-mutineers into the government on 7 April The inter-African military mission was later replaced by a U. Since , the country has hosted almost a dozen peacekeeping interventions, earning it the title of "world champion of peacekeeping".

On 28 May , rebels stormed strategic buildings in Bangui in an unsuccessful coup attempt. Several groups continued to fight but other groups signed on to the agreement, or similar agreements with the government e. UFR on 15 December The only major group not to sign an agreement at the time was the CPJP , which continued its activities and signed a peace agreement with the government on 25 August Michel Djotodia took over as president.

On 18 February , United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on the UN Security Council to immediately deploy 3, troops to the country, bolstering the 6, African Union soldiers and 2, French troops already in the country, to combat civilians being murdered in large numbers.

On 11 January , Michael Djotodia and Nicolas Tiengaye resigned as part of a deal negotiated at a regional summit in neighboring Chad. The Central African Republic is a landlocked nation within the interior of the African continent. In addition to the Fertit Hills in the northeast of the CAR, there are scattered hills in the southwest regions.

It is comparable in size to Ukraine. Much of the southern border is formed by tributaries of the Congo River ; the Mbomou River in the east merges with the Uele River to form the Ubangi River , which also comprises portions of the southern border.

The Sangha River flows through some of the western regions of the country, while the eastern border lies along the edge of the Nile River watershed. The forests are highly diverse and include commercially important species of Ayous , Sapelli and Sipo. In , Central African Republic was the world's least light pollution affected country. In the southwest, the Dzanga-Sangha National Park is located in a rain forest area.

The country is noted for its population of forest elephants and western lowland gorillas. The parks have been seriously affected by the activities of poachers, particularly those from Sudan , over the past two decades.

The climate of the Central African Republic is generally tropical , with a wet season that lasts from June to September in the northern regions of the country, and from May to October in the south. During the wet season, rainstorms are an almost daily occurrence, and early morning fog is commonplace.

The northern areas are hot and humid from February to May, [56] but can be subject to the hot, dry, and dusty trade wind known as the Harmattan. The southern regions have a more equatorial climate, but they are subject to desertification , while the extreme northeast regions of the country are already desert. The population of the Central African Republic has almost quadrupled since independence. In , the population was 1,,; as of a UN estimate, it is approximately 4,, The nation is divided into over 80 ethnic groups, each having its own language.

According to the national census, There are many missionary groups operating in the country, including Lutherans , Baptists , Catholics , Grace Brethren , and Jehovah's Witnesses. While these missionaries are predominantly from the United States, France, Italy, and Spain, many are also from Nigeria , the Democratic Republic of the Congo , and other African countries.

Large numbers of missionaries left the country when fighting broke out between rebel and government forces in —3, but many of them have now returned to continue their work. According to Overseas Development Institute research, during the crisis ongoing since , religious leaders have mediated between communities and armed groups; they also provided refuge for people seeking shelter.

The Central African Republic's two official languages are French and Sango also spelled Sangho , a creole developed as an inter-ethnic lingua franca based on the local Ngbandi language. CAR is one of the few African countries to have an African language as their official language. Basketball is the country's most popular sport and a good way to connect with its people. Politics in the Central African Republic formally take place in a framework of a semi-presidential republic. In this system, the President is the head of state , with a Prime Minister as head of government.

Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament. Changes in government have occurred in recent years by three methods: A new constitution was approved by voters in a referendum held on 5 December The government was rated 'Partly Free' from to and from to The president is elected by popular vote for a six-year term, and the prime minister is appointed by the president.

The president also appoints and presides over the Council of Ministers , which initiates laws and oversees government operations. However, as of the official government is not in control of large parts of the country, which are governed by rebel groups. Like in many other former French colonies, the Central African Republic's legal system is based on French law.

There is also a Constitutional Court, and its judges are also appointed by the president. The Central African Republic is heavily dependent upon foreign aid and numerous NGOs provide services that the government does not provide.

In , due to ongoing violence, over 50, people in the country's northwest were at risk of starvation [73] but this was averted due to assistance from the United Nations. On 12 June , the Central African Republic requested assistance from the UN Peacebuilding Commission , [75] which was set up in to help countries emerging from conflict avoid devolving back into war or chaos. Agriculture is dominated by the cultivation and sale of food crops such as cassava , peanuts , maize , sorghum , millet , sesame , and plantain.

The importance of food crops over exported cash crops is indicated by the fact that the total production of cassava, the staple food of most Central Africans, ranges between , and , tonnes a year, while the production of cotton , the principal exported cash crop, ranges from 25, to 45, tonnes a year.

Food crops are not exported in large quantities, but still constitute the principal cash crops of the country, because Central Africans derive far more income from the periodic sale of surplus food crops than from exported cash crops such as cotton or coffee.

The Republic's primary import partner is the Netherlands Other imports come from Cameroon 9. Its largest export partner is Belgium In the World Bank Group 's report Doing Business , it was ranked rd of as regards 'ease of doing business', a composite index which takes into account regulations that enhance business activity and those that restrict it.

Bangui is the transport hub of the Central African Republic. As of , eight roads connected the city to other main towns in the country, Cameroon , Chad and South Sudan ; of these, only the toll roads are paved. During the rainy season from July to October, some roads are impassable. River ferries sail from the river port at Bangui to Brazzaville and Zongo.

The river can be navigated most of the year between Bangui and Brazzaville. Since at least there have been plans to connect Bangui by rail to the Transcameroon Railway. The Central African Republic primarily uses hydroelectricity as there are few other resources for energy and power for the world around them. Presently, the Central African Republic has active television services, radio stations, internet service providers , and mobile phone carriers ; Socatel is the leading provider for both internet and mobile phone access throughout the country.

Public education in the Central African Republic is free and is compulsory from ages 6 to

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UFR on 15 December The only major group not to sign an agreement at the time was the CPJP , which continued its activities and signed a peace agreement with the government on 25 August Michel Djotodia took over as president. On 18 February , United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on the UN Security Council to immediately deploy 3, troops to the country, bolstering the 6, African Union soldiers and 2, French troops already in the country, to combat civilians being murdered in large numbers.

On 11 January , Michael Djotodia and Nicolas Tiengaye resigned as part of a deal negotiated at a regional summit in neighboring Chad. The Central African Republic is a landlocked nation within the interior of the African continent. In addition to the Fertit Hills in the northeast of the CAR, there are scattered hills in the southwest regions. It is comparable in size to Ukraine. Much of the southern border is formed by tributaries of the Congo River ; the Mbomou River in the east merges with the Uele River to form the Ubangi River , which also comprises portions of the southern border.

The Sangha River flows through some of the western regions of the country, while the eastern border lies along the edge of the Nile River watershed. The forests are highly diverse and include commercially important species of Ayous , Sapelli and Sipo.

In , Central African Republic was the world's least light pollution affected country. In the southwest, the Dzanga-Sangha National Park is located in a rain forest area. The country is noted for its population of forest elephants and western lowland gorillas.

The parks have been seriously affected by the activities of poachers, particularly those from Sudan , over the past two decades. The climate of the Central African Republic is generally tropical , with a wet season that lasts from June to September in the northern regions of the country, and from May to October in the south.

During the wet season, rainstorms are an almost daily occurrence, and early morning fog is commonplace. The northern areas are hot and humid from February to May, [56] but can be subject to the hot, dry, and dusty trade wind known as the Harmattan. The southern regions have a more equatorial climate, but they are subject to desertification , while the extreme northeast regions of the country are already desert.

The population of the Central African Republic has almost quadrupled since independence. In , the population was 1,,; as of a UN estimate, it is approximately 4,, The nation is divided into over 80 ethnic groups, each having its own language.

According to the national census, There are many missionary groups operating in the country, including Lutherans , Baptists , Catholics , Grace Brethren , and Jehovah's Witnesses. While these missionaries are predominantly from the United States, France, Italy, and Spain, many are also from Nigeria , the Democratic Republic of the Congo , and other African countries.

Large numbers of missionaries left the country when fighting broke out between rebel and government forces in —3, but many of them have now returned to continue their work. According to Overseas Development Institute research, during the crisis ongoing since , religious leaders have mediated between communities and armed groups; they also provided refuge for people seeking shelter.

The Central African Republic's two official languages are French and Sango also spelled Sangho , a creole developed as an inter-ethnic lingua franca based on the local Ngbandi language. CAR is one of the few African countries to have an African language as their official language.

Basketball is the country's most popular sport and a good way to connect with its people. Politics in the Central African Republic formally take place in a framework of a semi-presidential republic. In this system, the President is the head of state , with a Prime Minister as head of government. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament. Changes in government have occurred in recent years by three methods: A new constitution was approved by voters in a referendum held on 5 December The government was rated 'Partly Free' from to and from to The president is elected by popular vote for a six-year term, and the prime minister is appointed by the president.

The president also appoints and presides over the Council of Ministers , which initiates laws and oversees government operations. However, as of the official government is not in control of large parts of the country, which are governed by rebel groups. Like in many other former French colonies, the Central African Republic's legal system is based on French law. There is also a Constitutional Court, and its judges are also appointed by the president.

The Central African Republic is heavily dependent upon foreign aid and numerous NGOs provide services that the government does not provide. In , due to ongoing violence, over 50, people in the country's northwest were at risk of starvation [73] but this was averted due to assistance from the United Nations.

On 12 June , the Central African Republic requested assistance from the UN Peacebuilding Commission , [75] which was set up in to help countries emerging from conflict avoid devolving back into war or chaos. Agriculture is dominated by the cultivation and sale of food crops such as cassava , peanuts , maize , sorghum , millet , sesame , and plantain. The importance of food crops over exported cash crops is indicated by the fact that the total production of cassava, the staple food of most Central Africans, ranges between , and , tonnes a year, while the production of cotton , the principal exported cash crop, ranges from 25, to 45, tonnes a year.

Food crops are not exported in large quantities, but still constitute the principal cash crops of the country, because Central Africans derive far more income from the periodic sale of surplus food crops than from exported cash crops such as cotton or coffee.

The Republic's primary import partner is the Netherlands Other imports come from Cameroon 9. Its largest export partner is Belgium In the World Bank Group 's report Doing Business , it was ranked rd of as regards 'ease of doing business', a composite index which takes into account regulations that enhance business activity and those that restrict it.

Bangui is the transport hub of the Central African Republic. As of , eight roads connected the city to other main towns in the country, Cameroon , Chad and South Sudan ; of these, only the toll roads are paved. During the rainy season from July to October, some roads are impassable. River ferries sail from the river port at Bangui to Brazzaville and Zongo.

The river can be navigated most of the year between Bangui and Brazzaville. Since at least there have been plans to connect Bangui by rail to the Transcameroon Railway. The Central African Republic primarily uses hydroelectricity as there are few other resources for energy and power for the world around them. Presently, the Central African Republic has active television services, radio stations, internet service providers , and mobile phone carriers ; Socatel is the leading provider for both internet and mobile phone access throughout the country.

Public education in the Central African Republic is free and is compulsory from ages 6 to The University of Bangui , a public university located in Bangui, includes a medical school , and Euclid University , an international university in Bangui, are the two institutions of higher education in the Central African Republic.

The largest hospitals in the country are located in the Bangui district. As a member of the World Health Organization , the Central African Republic receives vaccination assistance, such as a intervention for the prevention of a measles epidemic. Women's health is poor in the Central African Republic. As of [update] , the country had the 4th highest maternal mortality rate in the world. Malaria is endemic in the Central African Republic, and one of the leading causes of death. State Department alleged that major human rights abuses such as extrajudicial executions by security forces, torture , beatings and rape of suspects and prisoners occurred with impunity.

It also alleged harsh and life-threatening conditions in prisons and detention centers, arbitrary arrest , prolonged pretrial detention and denial of a fair trial , restrictions on freedom of movement, official corruption , and restrictions on workers' rights. The State Department report also cites widespread mob violence , the prevalence of female genital mutilation , discrimination against women and Pygmies , human trafficking , forced labor , and child labor.

Violence against children and women in relation to accusations of witchcraft has also been cited as a serious problem in the country. Freedom of speech is addressed in the country's constitution , but there have been incidents of government intimidation of the media. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the region in the Philippines, see Cordillera Administrative Region. For other uses, see Car disambiguation. History of the Central African Republic.

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Economy of the Central African Republic. Transportation in the Central African Republic. Energy in the Central African Republic. Communications in the Central African Republic. Education in the Central African Republic. Health in the Central African Republic. Human rights in the Central African Republic. Central African Republic portal. Retrieved 10 September Current population of Central African Republic — Countrymeters". Retrieved 2 March Retrieved 28 January Database updated on 12 April Accessed on 21 April Central African Republic was rocked by violence after mostly Muslim Seleka rebels toppled the president in Widespread human rights abuses committed by Seleka led to the formation of the anti-Balaka Christian militia which unleashed sectarian fighting that forced hundreds of thousands of Muslim civilians to flee to the north or to neighboring countries.

See our index of peacekeeper abuse, by the numbers: CAR has experienced relative peace since the landmark visit of Pope Francis last November largely because the Muslims have fled and a new president was inaugurated Wednesday. But sexual abuse by troops sent to protect civilians remains a serious problem.

The group said that last Saturday a delegation from the U. Some victims left the area because they were stigmatized by the community, it said. During the delegation's visit, AIDS-Free World said the three girls reported being tied up inside a camp by the French military commander.

After having sex with the dog, the group said, each girl was given 5, Central African Francs, about 9 U. One told the U. It said all the alleged perpetrators have reportedly left CAR, returning home in The group said that when the soldier was questioned by police in the presence of his commander he confirmed that he "had sexual intercourse" with the victim several times, and paid her between 2, and 5, Central African Francs.

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