Central African Republic
Alexis Masciarelli, you work with the World Food Programme and you join us from the capital, Bangui. You have delivered food but now you are issuing a warning that deliveries are being stopped. “It’s all due to the ongoing violence around the country. We are still delivering food. (..) The problem is that we have trucks that are carrying our food blocked at the border between Cameroon and Central African Republic,” says Masciarelli.