CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
|Leader||President Faustin-Archange Touadéra|
|Population||5 099 000|
The recent conflict in Central African Republic (CAR) has claimed thousands of lives, displaced hundreds of thousands, and caused severe destruction of property. Although the Séléka have now been driven out of many parts of the country, numerous challenges remain. In Bangui, a growing group of radical Muslims continue to keep a stronghold in the so-called PK5 enclave where they instil a reign of terror. In the northeast, which is mainly populated by Muslims, Christians are forced to flee from their villages and denied access to farming fields. Large groups of Christians live in extremely poor conditions in refugee camps.
You can pray John 14:18:
“I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you.”