Unusually heavy rains continue to fall in the Central African Republic, causing displacement of over 20,600 people, the UN migration agency said Wednesday.

Uprooting at least 20,691 in the capital Bangui over more than three weeks, the showers have left “significant material damage” in the poverty-wracked country, which has also been suffering from repeated armed violence since 2013, according to a report by the International Organization of Migration (IOM).

“The situation is very difficult here. The neighbors have sheltered us, but we lack everything, and we can’t sleep as there are too many mosquitoes due to the stagnant water,”

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