On the road to recovery in Paoua

The Central African Republic’s breadbasket is recovering from the impact of conflict with support from the World Food Programme (WFP)

WFP West Africa
Oct 3, 2018 · 4 min read
Smiles are returning to the faces of people in Paoua. Photo: WFP/Bruno Djoyo
Claudia Ziranone is the chairperson of the Nzando farmers’ group. Photo: WFP/Bruno Djoyo
Félix Nzoubaraketia believes selling his surplus produce to WFP has changed his life. Photo: WFP/Bruno Djoyo
Raoul Kamandoko says working in the agriculture sector keeps youth away from armed groups. Photo: WFP/Bruno Djoyo

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