C.A.R is a landlocked country slightly smaller than Texas with a population of 4.5 million. The country ranks 154th among the world's 174 poorest countries with 95% of its population living on less than $2 dollars a day with a disruption of farming due to over 200,000 people internally displaced.
According to UN data, some 15% of C.A.R. population suffers from HIV/AIDS, making it one of the world's 10 worst hit countries, while the number of children orphaned by AIDS continues to escalate.
Preventable diseases such as polio, malaria, measles, and meningitis, already at epidemic levels, have reach new high and take a daily toll.
C.A.R. RF Health and Child Care program provides medical supplies, education about preventive diseases, and arm the community at large with tools to help reduce the mortality rate and live a healthier life style.