Bangassou


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Bangassou

 

a city in the Central African Republic, on the M’bomu River (Congo Basin). It is the administrative center of M’bomu Prefecture. Population, 18,500(1966). Bangassou is connected with the capital city of Bangui by a highway. There is an airport. Bangassou is the center of the agricultural region (cotton, coffee, sisal). There are cotton-ginning and soap-making enterprises.

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rehabilitating Bangassou Rafai section which is severely degraded , leaving people in a precarious situation with
Death tolls are surely higher, as no one knows what has happened in remote neighborhoods of Bangui, the capital, or outlying cities like Bossangoa in the west or Bangassou or Obo in the east.
Death tolls are undoubtedly higher, as no one knows what has happened in remote neighborhoods of Bangui, the capital, or outlying cities like Bossangoa in the west or Bangassou or Obo in the east.
They condemned the attacks conducted recently by rebels from the 'Seleka' coalition, in particular in Bangassou and the surrounding region, and the threat of a resumption of hostilities, " noted the statement.
In a single attack on the town of Bangassou, Central African Republic in September, the LRA abducted 49 people.
Bishop Juan Jose Aguirre of Bangassou, Central African Republic on Lord's Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony, who received newfound attention for his war crimes in Africa due to an online video campaign (Fides News Service, March 10)
Berberati (56,867), Bouar (39,676), Bambari (32,603), Bangassou (24,450), Bossangoa (31,723), Mbaiki (16,901), and Carnot (31,324).
Bangui, Berberati, Bangassou, and Bossangoa are the most densely populated urban centers.
The sub Prefectures of Bakouma and Bangassou have been particularly affected recording 11 attacks with the most
Other cities--Berberati (56,867), Bouar (39,676), Bambari (32,603), Bangassou (24,450), Bossangoa (31,723), Mbaiki (16,901), and Carnot (31,324).
Project Title : Emergency assistance to improve the food security and livelihoods of displaced families affected by the LRA in Bangassou
movements leaking their villages to large cities such as Obo Zemio, Bakouma, Rafai Bangassou and complicates the