C.A.R; 4 million of population was torn apart by political militarist conflicts. Indeed this conflict in less than one (1) years has destabilized the economic system in the Public, private, ministerial institutions sectors and schools which had serious consequences on the micro and macroeconomic level and on the social level.
With regard to the latter, the instrumentalisation of the Central African population has made the conflict more complex, even inter-communal, interdenominational (Muslim / Christian), hence the difficult answer to peaceful social cohesion.
Thanks to the combined efforts of political authorities, civil society and the international community, a pacification movement has emerged, including the return of displaced persons to places of residence. The cohabitation between the belligerent communities is in its first stages and requires a consolidation that proposes to implement the foundation I dream with other UN and international partners.