In CAR, a Harvest in Disarray

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Kyla Neilan is a program manager for Catholic Relief Services working on agricultural restoration and food security issues in this hard-hit region of the Central African Republic. Villagers around Bossangoa have endured months of disorder and vicious attacks from Seleka militia. Without cultivation tools and seeds for planting, the 2014 harvest is in disarray and widespread hunger threatens in the months ahead.

Interview by Kevin Clarke, reporting from CAR for America.

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