USCRI Policy – Addressing Forced Displacement in the Central African Republic (CAR)

By USCRI June 14, 2022

On April 28th, the Governments of the Central African Republic (CAR), Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Republic of the Congo, Chad, Sudan, and South Sudan, resolved to deliver durable solutions for the 1.4 million Central Africans forcibly displaced by decades of conflict. In partnership with United Nations Refugee agency (UNHCR), the alliance of governments signed the Yaoundé Declaration, which facilitates regional cooperation in strengthening protection, integration, and empowerment efforts for Central African refugees, IDPS, asylum-seekers, and returnees. The Declaration marked the first step toward a unified regional effort to mitigate one of the largest displacement crises on the African continent.

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