‘My babies are dying’: children trapped inside crisis in CAR – in pictures
The resurgence of violence in Central African Republic has made life for the country’s children harsher and more dangerous than ever before. Two-thirds are in need of humanitarian assistance and yet, with schools, hospitals and places of worship increasingly under attack, the places they can go to for protection, support and medical assistance are ever fewer
All photographs by Ashley Gilberston for VII Photo/Unicef
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