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A teacher from the village of Bottokon stands in front of the village's destroyed school. He is holding a text book that has a map of Africa on its cover. In northern Central African Republic an estimated 125,000 people have fled into the forests following attacks by marauding armed groups that have devastated numerous villages. The region's poor infrastructure and lack of security means that international humanitarian organisations face a formidable task in supplying aid to the local population.