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Central African Republic: free health care saves lives

Adam lives in Akroussoulback, a village in the Bamingui-Bangoran Prefecture of the Central African Republic. This region in the north-east of the country is struggling to provide its population with essential services such as access to healthcare. The chronic crises affecting the country have severely weakened the health system, and the geographical isolation of the prefecture as well as a poor road network exacerbate the difficulties and limit access to the Ndélé District Hospital.