Please read Refugees in Central African Republic Struggle To Survive, from Charisma News, at persecution.org.
"Aid agencies estimate 1 million people have been displaced into refugee camps by violence in Central African Republic where Open Doors co-worker (name withheld) found the conditions for the refugees to be 'shocking', 'tense', 'living like animals' and 'over-crowded'. The U.N. Humanitarian Agency has reported food and water shortages fearing hard times for many. Despite the poor living conditions and living in fear; especially from the anti-Balaka and Muslim extremists still attacking, these Christians continue to gather and worship. Will newly appointed interim president, Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet, make a difference, after he issued this stern warning to ex-Seleka fighters and to anti-Balaka: "The chaos is over, the pillaging is over, the revenge attacks are over." "