UNHCR expresses alarm over the dire living conditions of the displaced in the Congo and has stepped up its response to the growing crisis.
UNHCR is alarmed that hundreds of thousands of forcibly displaced people in the DRC who are living in dire conditions without proper assistance.
Thousands of Congolese refugees are returning from Angola to the Kasai region in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where fighting amongst armed.
An estimated 8,500 refugees have left the Lóvua settlement since 18 August with the intention of returning home to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
UNHCR is concerned about thousands who have fled brutal attacks in the Ituri province of the DRC, where humanitarian access remains extremely limited.
Two months on since violence forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s eastern province of Ituri
Violence in north-eastern parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is reported to have displaced more than 300,000 since early June.
Leaving behind the only home they’d ever known Valens led his family toward a nearby town where he thought he could find relatives, and shelter.
As attacks in Congo’s North Kivu continue to terrorize the population, UNHCR is extremely worried about the safety of civilians.