The Margouilla's Advice on Nightstopping in the CAR

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

 

Quickfacts

Capital: Bangui (FEFF/BGF)

Head of State: President Francois BOZIZE (since 15 March 2003)

Population: 4.5 millions (2009)

Major infectious diseases:

     Degree of risk: very high

     Food or waterborne diseases: bacterial and protozoal diarrhea, hepatitis A, and typhoid fever

     Vectorborne disease: malaria (level 3)

     Respiratory disease: meningococcal meningitis

     Water contact disease: schistosomiasis

     Animal contact disease: rabies

     HIV prevalence: 6.3% (2007 est.)

Major beers: Mocaf, Castel

Languages: French (official), Sangho, and tribal languages

Religions: Christian (50%), Animist (35%) and Muslim

Currency: Central African CFA Franc (XAF) - 655 for a Euro (2010)

Telephone code: +(236)

Electrical plugs: French 220V

 

Main Airports

Bangui (FEFF/BGF)

Bambari (FEFM/BBY)

Bangassou (FEFG/BGU)

Bayanga (-/-)

Berbérati (FEFT/BBT)

Bossangoa (FEFS/BSN)

Bouar (FEFO/BOP)

Bria (FEFR/BIV)

Ndélé (FEFN/NDL)

Nola (-/-)

Obo (FEFB/MKI)

Ouanda-Djallé (-/ODJ)

Paoua (-/-)

 

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