Central African Republic

Situation Report

Cash based initiatives, January - June 2020

Cash based initiatives, January to June 2020

During the first half of the year, 263,000 vulnerable people received some sort of cash-based humanitarian assistance, most of whom (76%) through the receipt of vouchers, followed by cash transfers (23%) and electronic transfers (1%). In total, $6.2 m were provided to affected people in 24 of 71 sub-prefectures. By far the largest share of cash-based assistance improved the population’s food security and the largest number of beneficiaries was reached in Kaga-Bandoro Sub-prefecture, Nana-Gribizi Prefecture (72,000 beneficiaries), followed by Ngaoundaye Sub-prefecture, Ouham-Pendé Prefecture (31,000 beneficiaries).