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5 Challenges to humanitarian aid in the Central African Republic

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Violence, roadblocks, mental health problems; the life of humanitarian aid workers in areas of conflict and disaster is full of challenges and serious obstacles.

Cordaid distributes food and seeds in the city of Bozoum, so that people can start sowing and work their land before the rainy season starts. Image: David Rivas/ANP/Cordaid/

Especially in a country so torn by war and poverty as the Central African Republic. Cordaid aid workers go there to defy all kinds of dangerous situations in order to ensure that aid will reach those who need it most.

Esperant Mulumba is humanitarian aid coordinator for Cordaid in the Central African Republic; in this video he talks about the 5 biggest challenges of his work.

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Cordaid is no longer operational in the Central African Republic