Instability has returned to the Central African Republic, and its people are in even greater need of assistance. Yet most humanitarian organizations have either left the country or reduced their presence due to both the general insecurity and the targeted attacks on international non-governmental organizations. The international community must assure the conditions that will enable the delivery of emergency relief to the population in need. Humanitarian and development agencies must maintain, indeed scale up, their commitments, and take adequate measures to respond both to emergency and long-term needs.
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