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The International Committee of the Red Cross is giving seeds and farm equipment to people in the Central African Republic. The ICRC says families who fled rebel clashes in the area need the aid. Without it, they may not survive. Other families have returned to their homes. But the clashes have destroyed their farms and grain storage buildings. The clashes began in March 2013 when the mostly Muslim Seleka rebel group overthrew the president. The mostly Christian anti-balaka group then attacked the Seleka group. Since then, the ongoing clashes have displaced more than 1 million people in the country. Tens of thousands of others have fled the area. The ICRC aid program targets more than 30 villages in the western part of the country. It will give supplies to more than 13,000 people. Jean-Francois Sangsue leads the ICRC office in the C.A.R. He says the ICRC is working with the Central African Red Cross to give agricultural aid to people who have been victims of attacks by armed groups since the end of last year. He says their fields were burned and the rebels took everything from their homes, so the ICRC decided to help them plant new crops. The ICRC says each family will get bags of bean, sesame and corn seeds, as well as farm tools. More than 2.5 million residents already need immediate humanitarian aid. The clashes caused poor harvests in 2013, and the country has little food. The Food and Agricultural Organization reports about 95 percent of the country’s communities say they will not have enough seeds for this year’s planting season.