Central African Republic Facebook Page Offers Up To Date Information On Progress In Country https://www.facebook.com/Centrafrique-Debout-171054843566500/ Click on the posts sections and you will find very up to date information. For Example, Bambari is now safer and has opened it's market place after four years of being shut down thanks to the UPC rebel group. They no longer exist in the town. As well, many large scale projects that do not have any articles available. Examples of recent posts (Keep in mind you will have to translate them from French to English via the Facebook translator). Bambari is the key town to be secured as Passendro/Ndassima are directly north and where Axmin Inc. has it's gold deposit. Centrafrique Debout October 28 at 9:28 AM · Central African Republic: progress in construction of 5000 social housing on the road to mbaiki A contract of cfaf 98 billion (about $ 175 million) for the construction of 5 SOCIAL HOUSING UNITS IN THE CENTRAL AFRICAN Contacted by a team of reporters, the team leader of ngaliema said: " in the work that is mine, my team and I have found investors.", he said. Adding that " we sold our country's potential after 18 months of negotiations. A convention has been signed with the central African authorities, we are completing the studies. The total cost of this project is 98 billion francs ". According to reporters, the start of the work is planned to take place both in the capital bangui and in several other cities in the country. " initially, we needed 5 sites to enable us to make 1 dwellings per site. But the state's concern is to enlarge the city, which is why we planned two sites at bimbo, a site at pk 14 not far from where the university will be built. We have another site on the damara axis and a site in study to landja. In the end, we will try to put 4 000 dwellings around bangui and distribute the 1 000 in high concentration areas, particularly in bouar, Berbérati, bambari and give a new breath to a city like Bangassou.", he said. It should be noted that because of the armed tensions that have shaken the central African Republic, many houses have been destroyed causing thousands of homeless people So many people still live in makeshift camps. According to the central African authorities, housing needs have increased from about 500 dwellings before the crisis, to about one million today. Centrafrique Debout October 23 at 3:37 AM · Bangui, Central African Republic · Illuminate Bambari! The City's enerca takes over the distribution of solar, digital and domestic energy. "the current is back" Bambari, 11 September 2018, to the surprise of the inhabitants of this city about 350 km from the central African Capital, domestic electricity is back. Once during the crisis, the city was the stronghold of UPC's violent extremist groups, transformed into the kingdom of the Nigerian-born terrorist ali darras who makes honey thanks to the ores minerals and the multiple illicit barriers erected on the axes. Being cornered by the special forces of the minusca and today with the presence of faca who broke the ankles of these sacristans, a few days ago when a network of these terrorists attempted to attack the city station , the replica has been severe, and ghosts have returned to their cogna, so bambari the star of the ouaka finds its tranquility with the return of the vector of growth that is domestic electricity that illuminates the whole locality.