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Factsheet – UE-Central African Republic

Factsheet on the European Union’s partnership with the Central African Republic.

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National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

The Government of the Central African Republic launched its National Action Plan in 2014. The NAP was created to establish a framework, strategies and actions for coordinated implementation of UNSCR 1325.  The development of the NAP was led by the Ministry of Social Affairs, National Solidarity and Gender Promotion which led the creation of the Sector Committee for Gender Equality and Poverty Reduction in which civil society was engaged.

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National Plan for Recovery and Peacebuilding

The government of the Central African Republic in May 2016 requested support from the European Union, the United Nations, and the World Bank Group to prepare a Recovery and Peacebuilding Assessment. The resulting report was approved by the government in October 2016 and adopted as the National Plan for Recovery and Peacebuilding (RCPCA).

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Political Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation in the Central African Republic

Political Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation in the Central African Republic, signed in Bangui on 6 February 2019.

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Collective security: what implications for African DSFs?

This opinion piece comments on the lack of control of the G5 Sahel countries and their neighbours to the south, over their own security and strategic agenda, as well as their failure to recognize that this cooperation framework had reached its limits and needed to evolve.

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