For practically two months Bangui – the capital of the Central African Republic – has been below siege.
An alliance of insurgent teams is attacking convoys of vehicles bringing items into the nation – resulting in meals shortages and value rises.
The Coalition of Patriots for Change, which needs to take away the federal government, is estimated to manage 40 to 60 p.c of the nation’s territory.
Preventing has led to a safety and humanitarian disaster with over 200,000 individuals having to flee their houses.
Our Africa correspondent Catherine Byaruhanga explains what is going on on and the way it got here to this.
Video producer: Michael Onyiego