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DRC Ituri Crisis 2018

Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Refugees who have just arrived at the camp are waiting to be registered to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Refugees who have just arrived at the camp are waiting to be registered to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Rachel Ngabusi, two years old, with her sister Grace, eleven, and her aunt Charlotte Mauso from the Hema community. Rachel and Grace were brutally mutilated and wounded by machetes during an attack by a Lendu militia in the village of Tchee. During the attack, their parents were murdered. They have been saved and are now being looked after by the aunt. Currently they live in the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Rachel Ngabusi, two years old, with her sister Grace, eleven, and her aunt Charlotte Mauso from the Hema community. Rachel and Grace were brutally mutilated and wounded by machetes during an attack by a Lendu militia in the village of Tchee. During the attack, their parents were murdered. They have been saved and are now being looked after by the aunt. Currently they live in the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". IDPs sleep on the ground at night in houses built around the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". IDPs sleep on the ground at night in houses built around the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
City of Bunia, Ituri Region, DRC. A night patrol of the Bengali contingent of the MONUSCO mission. Patrols have the task of maintaining security even within IDP camps.
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City of Bunia, Ituri Region, DRC. A night patrol of the Bengali contingent of the MONUSCO mission. Patrols have the task of maintaining security even within IDP camps.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. Some families during the night speak with a patrol of MONUSCO, during a security watch inside the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. Some families during the night speak with a patrol of MONUSCO, during a security watch inside the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". IDPs sleep on the ground at night in houses built around the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". IDPs sleep on the ground at night in houses built around the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Refugees are waiting to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Refugees are waiting to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". 
Families prepare the bags with humanitarian aid and basic necessities to transport them to their homes.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2".
Families prepare the bags with humanitarian aid and basic necessities to transport them to their homes.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". Tents under construction for the new IDPs arrived at the camp. At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". Tents under construction for the new IDPs arrived at the camp. At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC. A World Food Program truck is loaded before leaving for the IDP camp site 2 in Bunia, where currently live 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
A whole load of a truck feeds about 1200 people. Seven loads per field are transported every weekend. In a month, WFP has distributed 1,600 tons of humanitarian aid.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC. A World Food Program truck is loaded before leaving for the IDP camp site 2 in Bunia, where currently live 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
A whole load of a truck feeds about 1200 people. Seven loads per field are transported every weekend. In a month, WFP has distributed 1,600 tons of humanitarian aid.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Internal refugees lined up to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. 
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Internal refugees lined up to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow.
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. 
A woman cooks for some families within the camp. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people.
A woman cooks for some families within the camp. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". Women collect wood for cooking. At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". Women collect wood for cooking. At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. 
A man builds a home for his newly arrived family in the IDP camp "site 2". The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people.
A man builds a home for his newly arrived family in the IDP camp "site 2". The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Internal refugees lined up to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Internal refugees lined up to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". A boy lays on the ground while assisting the distribution of food and humanitarian aid by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. 
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". A boy lays on the ground while assisting the distribution of food and humanitarian aid by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow.
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Women wash clothes in the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. 
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Women wash clothes in the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow.
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". 
Refugees who have just arrived at the camp are waiting to be registered by Caritas, which manages the IDP camp.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2".
Refugees who have just arrived at the camp are waiting to be registered by Caritas, which manages the IDP camp.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
An aerial view of the territory of the Ituri region, where the ongoing conflict between the Hema and Lendu communities is causing thousands of displaced people, injured and dead and a serious humanitarian and health crisis.
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An aerial view of the territory of the Ituri region, where the ongoing conflict between the Hema and Lendu communities is causing thousands of displaced people, injured and dead and a serious humanitarian and health crisis.
Ituri region, DRC. The ruins of a village set on fire during the conflict. To set the huts on fire, the militias use the tanks of the motorbikes that are lit and thrown into the huts.
In the night raids of the militias inside the villages, the violence is mainly perpetrated with the use of machetes. There are also several cases of violence against children.
On the road that leads from the city of Bunia to the town of Djugu (where the current conflict has been set) there are many villages abandoned or burned down.
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Ituri region, DRC. The ruins of a village set on fire during the conflict. To set the huts on fire, the militias use the tanks of the motorbikes that are lit and thrown into the huts.
In the night raids of the militias inside the villages, the violence is mainly perpetrated with the use of machetes. There are also several cases of violence against children.
On the road that leads from the city of Bunia to the town of Djugu (where the current conflict has been set) there are many villages abandoned or burned down.
Lilipa Nyapala, 30, tortured during an incursion of the Lendu militia in his village, which was set on fire. He managed to escape while the militiamen were distracted.
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Lilipa Nyapala, 30, tortured during an incursion of the Lendu militia in his village, which was set on fire. He managed to escape while the militiamen were distracted.
Two Police officers in the city of Djugu, Ituri region, where the conflict started in February 2018. The same kind of conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities led to the destruction of the city in 2003 and in the same year it had spread to most of the region.
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Two Police officers in the city of Djugu, Ituri region, where the conflict started in February 2018. The same kind of conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities led to the destruction of the city in 2003 and in the same year it had spread to most of the region.
Ituri region, DRC. A village partially destroyed and abandoned due to the conflict. From these areas, thousands of people have reached the city of Bunia.
In the night raids of the militias inside the villages, the violence is mainly perpetrated with the use of machetes. There are also several cases of violence against children.
On the road that leads from the city of Bunia to the town of Djugu (where the current conflict has been set) there are many villages abandoned or burned down.
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Ituri region, DRC. A village partially destroyed and abandoned due to the conflict. From these areas, thousands of people have reached the city of Bunia.
In the night raids of the militias inside the villages, the violence is mainly perpetrated with the use of machetes. There are also several cases of violence against children.
On the road that leads from the city of Bunia to the town of Djugu (where the current conflict has been set) there are many villages abandoned or burned down.
The city of Djugu, Ituri region, where the conflict started in February 2018. The director of migration, responsible for the city of Djugu, Ituri region, in front of his office. The building is among the ruins of the city, destroyed in the conflict of 2003. The same kind of conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities led to the destruction of the city in 2003 and in the same year it had spread to most of the region.
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The city of Djugu, Ituri region, where the conflict started in February 2018. The director of migration, responsible for the city of Djugu, Ituri region, in front of his office. The building is among the ruins of the city, destroyed in the conflict of 2003. The same kind of conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities led to the destruction of the city in 2003 and in the same year it had spread to most of the region.
Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A man, wounded to the leg, is treated in the Fataki hospital. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A man, wounded to the leg, is treated in the Fataki hospital. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. Two women in the maternity ward in Fataki hospital. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. Two women in the maternity ward in Fataki hospital. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A Congolese soldier visits a comrade wounded during the conflict between the Hema and Lendu communities. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A Congolese soldier visits a comrade wounded during the conflict between the Hema and Lendu communities. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A man sick with malaria. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A man sick with malaria. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A woman in the maternity ward. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
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Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A woman in the maternity ward. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics.
A child suffering from malaria and other diseases is treated in the ward and cared for by his mother. Both come from the IDP camp "site 1" which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics.
A child suffering from malaria and other diseases is treated in the ward and cared for by his mother. Both come from the IDP camp "site 1" which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics, special section set up for cases of malnutrition. A child suffering from malnutrition is treated in the ward and cared for by his mother. Both come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics, special section set up for cases of malnutrition. A child suffering from malnutrition is treated in the ward and cared for by his mother. Both come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics, special section set up for cases of malnutrition and malnutrition.
A child suffering from malnutrition is treated in the ward and cared for by his mother. Both come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics, special section set up for cases of malnutrition and malnutrition.
A child suffering from malnutrition is treated in the ward and cared for by his mother. Both come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. One of the numerous camps, unregistered and not recognized, arisen in the region. In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. One of the numerous camps, unregistered and not recognized, arisen in the region. In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC, inside an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC, inside an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. A woman during the construction of her home in an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. A woman during the construction of her home in an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. A family within an unregistered IDP camp near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. A family within an unregistered IDP camp near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Women during the construction of her home in an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Women during the construction of her home in an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. A woman rests during the construction of her home in an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. A woman rests during the construction of her home in an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC, inside an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. According to the inhabitants of the camp, this woman is still traumatized and in a state of confusion due to the conflict. In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC, inside an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. According to the inhabitants of the camp, this woman is still traumatized and in a state of confusion due to the conflict. In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Entire families at work to build their homes within an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Entire families at work to build their homes within an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. 
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow.
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Internal refugees lined up to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. 
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Internal refugees lined up to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow.
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC. A World Food Program truck is unloaded in the IDP camp site 2 in Bunia, where currently live 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
A whole load of a truck feeds about 1200 people. Seven loads per field are transported every weekend. In a month, WFP has distributed 1,600 tons of humanitarian aid.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC. A World Food Program truck is unloaded in the IDP camp site 2 in Bunia, where currently live 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
A whole load of a truck feeds about 1200 people. Seven loads per field are transported every weekend. In a month, WFP has distributed 1,600 tons of humanitarian aid.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". 
Internal refugees during the registration at IDP site 2 to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM.In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2".
Internal refugees during the registration at IDP site 2 to access food distributed by the World Food Program PAM.In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". 
A child plays among the camp tents.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2".
A child plays among the camp tents.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Women collect water by a well in the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. 
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Women collect water by a well in the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow.
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Child washes his doll outside the tent where he lives. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. 
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". Child washes his doll outside the tent where he lives. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow.
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
The city of Djugu, Ituri region, where the conflict started in February 2018. A woman walks in front of a house destroyed during the 2003 conflict. The same kind of conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities led to the destruction of the city in 2003 and in the same year it had spread to most of the region.
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The city of Djugu, Ituri region, where the conflict started in February 2018. A woman walks in front of a house destroyed during the 2003 conflict. The same kind of conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities led to the destruction of the city in 2003 and in the same year it had spread to most of the region.
The city of Djugu, Ituri region, where the conflict started in February 2018. A house destroyed during the 2003 conflict. The same kind of conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities led to the destruction of the city in 2003 and in the same year it had spread to most of the region.
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The city of Djugu, Ituri region, where the conflict started in February 2018. A house destroyed during the 2003 conflict. The same kind of conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities led to the destruction of the city in 2003 and in the same year it had spread to most of the region.
Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A child treated for malnutrition and a woman suffering from malaria share the bed. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. A child treated for malnutrition and a woman suffering from malaria share the bed. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. Two women in the maternity ward in Fataki hospital. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. Two women in the maternity ward in Fataki hospital. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. Two women in the maternity ward in Fataki hospital. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Fataki Hospital, Ituri Region. Two women in the maternity ward in Fataki hospital. At the Fataki hospital, at the beginning of the conflict, the staff escaped and returned only after months. The hospital's conditions are critical, Dr. Joram Baki continues in his work as director of the hospital, treating injuries and various diseases and continuing to operate the various departments of the hospital, including maternity, intensive care and operating room.
The town of Fataki is located in one of the areas most affected by the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Ituri region, DRC. A village partially destroyed and abandoned due to the conflict. From these areas, thousands of people have reached the city of Bunia.
In the night raids of the militias inside the villages, the violence is mainly perpetrated with the use of machetes. There are also several cases of violence against children.
On the road that leads from the city of Bunia to the town of Djugu (where the current conflict has been set) there are many villages abandoned or burned down.
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Ituri region, DRC. A village partially destroyed and abandoned due to the conflict. From these areas, thousands of people have reached the city of Bunia.
In the night raids of the militias inside the villages, the violence is mainly perpetrated with the use of machetes. There are also several cases of violence against children.
On the road that leads from the city of Bunia to the town of Djugu (where the current conflict has been set) there are many villages abandoned or burned down.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Rachel Ngabusi, two years old, with her sister Grace, eleven, and her aunt Charlotte Mauso from the Hema community. Rachel and Grace were brutally mutilated and wounded by machetes during an attack by a Lendu militia in the village of Tchee. During the attack, their parents were murdered. They have been saved and are now being looked after by the aunt. Currently they live in the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Rachel Ngabusi, two years old, with her sister Grace, eleven, and her aunt Charlotte Mauso from the Hema community. Rachel and Grace were brutally mutilated and wounded by machetes during an attack by a Lendu militia in the village of Tchee. During the attack, their parents were murdered. They have been saved and are now being looked after by the aunt. Currently they live in the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics, special section set up for cases of malnutrition and malnutrition.
A child suffering from malnutrition is treated in the ward and cared for by his mother. Both come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics, special section set up for cases of malnutrition and malnutrition.
A child suffering from malnutrition is treated in the ward and cared for by his mother. Both come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people. Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Children affected by various diseases are stabilized within the ward and cared for by their mothers. They all come from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". 
Internal refugees assist in the distribution of goods by the World Food Program PAM.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2".
Internal refugees assist in the distribution of goods by the World Food Program PAM.
In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. According to Caritas, which manages the camp, the numbers are destined to grow. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Child affected by various diseases is stabilized within the ward and cared for by his mother. He comes from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
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Hospital "De Zone de Santé de Bunia - General de Référence de Bunia", Department of Pediatrics. Child affected by various diseases is stabilized within the ward and cared for by his mother. He comes from the IDP camp "site 1", which hosts 2015 families for a total of 10,035 people.
Since the beginning of the Ituri crisis, originated by the conflict between the Hema and Landu communities, the number of patients within the hospital is duplicated. The pediatric ward, equipped to accommodate 85 patients, currently shelters 175. Many children share the bed and outside the ward a tent has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in continuous arrival from IDP camps. Several cases of cholera were registered among the displaced and a special section (which I could not visit) was set up in an isolated hospital area to avoid any possible epidemic.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. A man improvises a stall selling different items inside the camp.
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. A man improvises a stall selling different items inside the camp.
The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 1". At the IDP camp site 1 in Bunia, there are currently 2015 families, for a total of 10,035 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
City of Bunia, Ituri Region, DRC. A night patrol of the Bengali contingent of the MONUSCO mission. Patrols have the task of maintaining security even within IDP camps.
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City of Bunia, Ituri Region, DRC. A night patrol of the Bengali contingent of the MONUSCO mission. Patrols have the task of maintaining security even within IDP camps.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". IDPs sleep on the ground at night in houses built around the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". IDPs sleep on the ground at night in houses built around the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". IDPs sleep on the ground at night in houses built around the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
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Bunia city, Ituri, DRC, "IDP camp site 2". IDPs sleep on the ground at night in houses built around the IDP camp. In the IDP camp site 2 of Bunia currently live 1700 families, for a total of 8721 people. The conditions for displaced people are very serious, health problems are growing, there are several diseases that NGOs are facing and some cases of cholera have been recorded in the camp. The camp was created in February 2018, as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Ituri DRC region between the Lendu and Hema communities.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Entire families at work to build their homes within an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Entire families at work to build their homes within an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Entire families at work to build their homes within an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Entire families at work to build their homes within an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Entire families at work to build their homes within an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC. Entire families at work to build their homes within an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp. A woman outside her home built by herself.
In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC, inside an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. A woman outside her home built by herself.
About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp.In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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Road between Bunia and Djugu, Ituri region, DRC, inside an unregistered IDP camp, near the village of Lopa, about 30 km from the city of Bunia. A woman outside her home built by herself.
About 6,000 Hema families live in the camp.In these camps, the living conditions are much harder than in the official IDP camps. Here humanitarian aid does not arrive and there are numerous cases of malnutrition and diseases related to harsh living conditions. Some NGOs set up camps to treat the sick and have reported several cases of cholera. The number of displaced persons in these makeshift camps is not clear. These IDP camps arise as a consequence of the ongoing conflict between the Lendu and Hema communities in the Ituri region, DRC.
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