Reference : V-P-CF-E-01084
Date : 28/04/2016
Caption : Bangui, M'Poko internally displaced person camp. Rosalie, her husband Boukanga and their children eat semolina with sugar as the first meal of the day. Most of the time, adults have only one meal per day, as they keep food for their children.
Photographer : NGUYEN HOANG, Virginie
Confidentiality level : public
Publication restrictions : publication without restrictions
Copyright : ICRC
Description : Rosalie and Boukanga have been living in the Mpoko camp since the December 5, 2013 when the violence started in Bangui. They used to live in the PK5 where their house was attacked. Since then, they have been too afraid to return to their neighborhood because of the presence of armed groups. Their family has been living in the M'Poko camp with the small money they earn while selling food and cultivating manioc in the camp itself.
The government, the Central African water distribution company (SODECA), the Central African Red Cross Society and the ICRC offer assistance to the internally displaced persons. The ICRC installs a water system with a capacity to hold 70,000 liters, distributed to 12 different tanks. Residents use this water for drinking, washing, cooking, among other domestic uses.
Original material : digital
Resolution : 4300x2867
Orientation : landscape
Colour/B&W : colour