OCHA Central African Republic
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    Updated 15 August 2018 | Dataset date: January 01, 2013-January 01, 2013
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    This GIS layer represents the forest series and was created by the project to support the achievement of forest management plans ( PARPAF ), from socio-economic studies and dendrometric inventories , to achieve different management series ( series production , conservation series , etc. ) . There are several types of sets: Production , Conservation, Agriculture and human occupation , Conservation and wetlands , wildlife conservation , and reserves of Use , Production white wood , red wood Production, Reforestation , Research, Reconstitution . Digitized by the PARPAF separately by forestry permit ( PEA) , the series were combined into a single file and Harmonized Coding by the World Resources Institute (WRI) . Conservation Series (Sout - West CAR)
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    Updated 15 August 2018 | Dataset date: January 01, 2013-January 01, 2013
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    Protected Areas of Central African Republic
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    Updated 15 August 2018 | Dataset date: April 20, 2014-April 20, 2014
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    Open Street Map Points, Line and Polygons for Central African Republic Point data from Humanitarian Open Street Map Team (HOT), extracted 20 APRIL 2014. Projection: WGS_1984_World_Mercator (more infomration available in the prj)
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    Updated 15 February 2016 | Dataset date: May 01, 2014-May 01, 2014
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    The data shows the ground and Satellite-Based Damage Assessment in Western CAR (2013-2014) Human Rights Watch ground and satellite-based damage assessment of 790 villges and towns in western Central African Republic (CAR) covering the period from April 2013 to April 2014. A total of 125 villages had identified building destruction related to the conflict, with a total of over 17,500 mostly destroyed residential buildings.