|Country||Central African Republic|
|Time zone||UTC + 1|
Yombo is a village in the Bamingui-Bangoran prefecture in the northern Central African Republic. The village is home to a co-educational state school which had 467 pupils in 2003, however none of these students were indigenous. The Yombo village health center provides nursing and traditional healing services.
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