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Camps of internally displaced people in and around Goma

The struggle to survive amidst violence and displacement in North Kivu

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More than one million people have fled the fighting linked to the resurgence of the M23 armed group in North Kivu province in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Hundreds of thousands of them currently live in complete destitution in overcrowded camps in Goma and its surrounding area. 

Justine, Alice, Tuliza and Agnes are four women who have been displaced by the fighting linked to the resurgence of the M23. These women tell of the violence they fled or suffered, and of their daily struggle to survive.

Shot in Kayna, Kibirizi, Kaynabayonga and Goma, Tomorrow or the day after, we're going home documents the violence endured by displaced women in their home and during their exile, and bears witness to the needs of hundreds of thousands of people, displaced and trapped in a deadlocked conflict.

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Tomorrow or the day after, we're going home

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Democratic Republic of Congo
Press Release 21 June 2023