The Road from Bossangoa

The Road from Bossangoa

As the rainy season reaches its end, a race to get seed and tools into the hands of hard-hit subsistence farmers in the Central African Republic begins. In the capital Bangui, mortal conflict is a grim daily reality. See America's complete coverage of the Crisis in Central Africa.

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Beth Cioffoletti
3 years 4 months ago
Remarkable photos and story of my sisters and brothers in Central Africa.
C Chase
3 years 4 months ago
Having spent quite a bit of time working and living in Central Africa, amid conflicts and their consequences, I am really pleased to see America Magazine's commitment toward keeping the situation in CAR alive in the thoughts and conversations of American Catholics. Too often such complexities are passed over.... Praying for all of the children of CAR and the whole of the continent: that they may come to manifest the "fraternal unity of all" envisioned by John XXIII at the commencement of the Second Vatican Council.

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