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Kasai is the central region of Democratic Republic of the Congo, known mostly for its diamond mines. Since 2016, the region has been destabilized by the violent Kamuina Nsapu conflict.

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Map of Kasai

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Understand[edit]

Kasai is known for diamond mines, and not much else.

Get in[edit]

There is one major airport in the region, Mbuji Mayi Airport (MJM IATA). While mainly a domestic airport, there are a small number of international flights from other African cities. A railway runs between Lubumbashi and Ilebo. As of 2021, there are a passenger trains from Lubumbashi as far as Mwene-Ditu with about 2-3 departures per month. Journey time for the full journey is scheduled to about 48 hours, but delays and breakdowns are common.

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Roads are generally in bad shape, with many sections being almost impassable, especially during the rainy season.

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Stay safe[edit]

Travel to Kasai is strongly discouraged. If you are employed in the area, your company will provide security. Otherwise don't go.

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