Central African Republic

Fifty radio and television reporters are receiving training on HIV/AIDS and the techniques of educating the population in the Central African Republic (CAR).

Nearly one year after its imposition in the wake of
a failed coup that shook Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic
(CAR), a nationwide curfew was lifted on Thursday.

The Central African Republic is launching sweeping reforms to promote good governance, an important step towards reducing poverty and promoting sustainable development. The reforms include improving public services; promoting decentralization and local governance; enhancing economic policies; and setting up an effective, transparent judicial system that respects human rights. The other areas are: creating an enabling environment for private sector development, promoting civil society particip...read more

The case against those accused of involvement in the failed coup attempt of 28 May 2001 in the Central African Republic began on Friday in the capital, Bangui, before the criminal session of the Court of Appeals, news agencies reported.

The prime minister of the Central African Republic (CAR), Martin Ziguele, has launched a national disarmament and arms collection programme, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) reported on Monday.