Democratic Republic of Congo. Muzipela cemetery near Bunia, county town of the Ituri district. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Awaiting the distribution of flour in the nutrition centre of Awilo in the district of Ituri. Many cases of malnutrition are due to the difficulties of nourishing itself following displacements of populations which flee the fights between FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and rebels groups, 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Members of the FARDC (Armed Forces of the DRC) in Kpandroma, in the Ituri region. The soldiers, being little ($20 a month) or not paid, still rely on looting a population weakened by years of war. 80% of the abuses in Ituri are committed by the soldiers. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Demobilization of the rebels of the FNI (Nationalist and Integrationist Front) of Peter Karim at the transit camp of Kpandroma, in the Ituri district. The demobilized rebels have the choice between rehabilitation or joining the FARDC (Armed Forces of the DRC) that they had been fighting up to now. The success of the demobilization and disarming process is relative, given the militias keep recruiting amongst the former demobilized and the civilians. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Transit camp of Kpandroma in the Ituri district. These child soldiers of the FNI (Nationalist and Integrationist Front) of Peter Karim, came out of the bush the day before to be disarmed and demobilized. Even though some of them have been demobilized, many are still in the bush. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Dissident general Laurent Nkunda, leader of the CNDP (National Congres for the Defense of the People), poses at his headquarter in his stronghold of Kichanga, Masisi hills in North-Kivu. Written on the wall: Justice is rendered in the name of the people. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Morning prayer for the soldiers of the CNDP (National Congress for the Defense of the People) at the headquarter of General Laurent Nkunda, who is also a priest, in his stronghold of Kichanga, Masisi hills in North-Kivu. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Bulengo IDP camp, Goma, North-Kivu. In 2007, 437.000 people had to flee their villages because of fighting, raping, recruitment of children into armed groups and extortions. The last wave of violence between August and December 2007 in Kivu raises the total number of displaced persons to 800,000 as a result of the battle between 25,000 men of the FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and 4,000 rebels of the general Laurent Nkunda, making it a humanitarian crisis as important as in Darfur. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Camp for displaced people of Nyongera, in North Kivu. Displaced people continue to arrive daily in this camp, to escape the fightings between the brigades of General Laurent Nkunda and the FDLR (Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda). 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Training session of CNDP soldiers (National Congres for the Defense of the People) in Kichanga, stronghold of the dissident general Laurent Nkunda. These Tutsis soldiers, some recruited across the nearby Rwanda border, are well trained, armed and famous for their discipline. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 A mother and her child, a victim of severe malnutrition and other complications complications, at the hospital in the district of Ituri. Many cases of malnutrition exist due to the difficulties of feeding following the displacement of individuals fleeing the fighting between FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and rebel groups. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
  Early morning prayer at Rethy hospital. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Masisi hospital, North Kivu. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Mass prayer during a great crusade entitled the "Second Glory" of Pasteur Sony Kafuta Rockman of the Army of the Eternal at the Stadium of the Martryrs in Kinshasa on July 7, 2007. The crusade started at 7 a.m. and lasted 7 hours, during which visitors were asked to bring 7000 Congolese francs as offering. 30,000 women were present. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 A woman in trance after being touched by the pastor, prophet of the Nations Dennis Lessie, during a healing session against AIDS, in the church Arch of Noah. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008, Kanyatsi.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Nyanzale camp for displaced people, Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008.  Inquire about this image
       
     
    
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	mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;}   Minova camp for displaced people, South-Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008.  Inquire about this image    
       
     
 Meeting of Chief Commanders on the top of a hill, with General Mayala and his colonels, after the victory of Mushake. Considered as a strategic lock, this locality will be recaptured some days later, through heavy fighting by the men of General Laurent Nkunda. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 The Nyanzale market, Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Democratic Republic of Congo. Muzipela cemetery near Bunia, county town of the Ituri district. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Democratic Republic of Congo. Muzipela cemetery near Bunia, county town of the Ituri district. 2007.
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 Awaiting the distribution of flour in the nutrition centre of Awilo in the district of Ituri. Many cases of malnutrition are due to the difficulties of nourishing itself following displacements of populations which flee the fights between FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and rebels groups, 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Awaiting the distribution of flour in the nutrition centre of Awilo in the district of Ituri. Many cases of malnutrition are due to the difficulties of nourishing itself following displacements of populations which flee the fights between FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and rebels groups, 2007.
Inquire about this image

 Members of the FARDC (Armed Forces of the DRC) in Kpandroma, in the Ituri region. The soldiers, being little ($20 a month) or not paid, still rely on looting a population weakened by years of war. 80% of the abuses in Ituri are committed by the soldiers. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Members of the FARDC (Armed Forces of the DRC) in Kpandroma, in the Ituri region. The soldiers, being little ($20 a month) or not paid, still rely on looting a population weakened by years of war. 80% of the abuses in Ituri are committed by the soldiers. 2007.
Inquire about this image

 Demobilization of the rebels of the FNI (Nationalist and Integrationist Front) of Peter Karim at the transit camp of Kpandroma, in the Ituri district. The demobilized rebels have the choice between rehabilitation or joining the FARDC (Armed Forces of the DRC) that they had been fighting up to now. The success of the demobilization and disarming process is relative, given the militias keep recruiting amongst the former demobilized and the civilians. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Demobilization of the rebels of the FNI (Nationalist and Integrationist Front) of Peter Karim at the transit camp of Kpandroma, in the Ituri district. The demobilized rebels have the choice between rehabilitation or joining the FARDC (Armed Forces of the DRC) that they had been fighting up to now. The success of the demobilization and disarming process is relative, given the militias keep recruiting amongst the former demobilized and the civilians. 2007.
Inquire about this image

 Transit camp of Kpandroma in the Ituri district. These child soldiers of the FNI (Nationalist and Integrationist Front) of Peter Karim, came out of the bush the day before to be disarmed and demobilized. Even though some of them have been demobilized, many are still in the bush. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Transit camp of Kpandroma in the Ituri district. These child soldiers of the FNI (Nationalist and Integrationist Front) of Peter Karim, came out of the bush the day before to be disarmed and demobilized. Even though some of them have been demobilized, many are still in the bush. 2007.
Inquire about this image

 Dissident general Laurent Nkunda, leader of the CNDP (National Congres for the Defense of the People), poses at his headquarter in his stronghold of Kichanga, Masisi hills in North-Kivu. Written on the wall: Justice is rendered in the name of the people. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Dissident general Laurent Nkunda, leader of the CNDP (National Congres for the Defense of the People), poses at his headquarter in his stronghold of Kichanga, Masisi hills in North-Kivu. Written on the wall: Justice is rendered in the name of the people. 2007.
Inquire about this image

 Morning prayer for the soldiers of the CNDP (National Congress for the Defense of the People) at the headquarter of General Laurent Nkunda, who is also a priest, in his stronghold of Kichanga, Masisi hills in North-Kivu. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Morning prayer for the soldiers of the CNDP (National Congress for the Defense of the People) at the headquarter of General Laurent Nkunda, who is also a priest, in his stronghold of Kichanga, Masisi hills in North-Kivu. 2007.
Inquire about this image

 Bulengo IDP camp, Goma, North-Kivu. In 2007, 437.000 people had to flee their villages because of fighting, raping, recruitment of children into armed groups and extortions. The last wave of violence between August and December 2007 in Kivu raises the total number of displaced persons to 800,000 as a result of the battle between 25,000 men of the FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and 4,000 rebels of the general Laurent Nkunda, making it a humanitarian crisis as important as in Darfur. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Bulengo IDP camp, Goma, North-Kivu. In 2007, 437.000 people had to flee their villages because of fighting, raping, recruitment of children into armed groups and extortions. The last wave of violence between August and December 2007 in Kivu raises the total number of displaced persons to 800,000 as a result of the battle between 25,000 men of the FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and 4,000 rebels of the general Laurent Nkunda, making it a humanitarian crisis as important as in Darfur. 2007.
Inquire about this image

 Camp for displaced people of Nyongera, in North Kivu. Displaced people continue to arrive daily in this camp, to escape the fightings between the brigades of General Laurent Nkunda and the FDLR (Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda). 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Camp for displaced people of Nyongera, in North Kivu. Displaced people continue to arrive daily in this camp, to escape the fightings between the brigades of General Laurent Nkunda and the FDLR (Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda). 2007.
Inquire about this image

 Training session of CNDP soldiers (National Congres for the Defense of the People) in Kichanga, stronghold of the dissident general Laurent Nkunda. These Tutsis soldiers, some recruited across the nearby Rwanda border, are well trained, armed and famous for their discipline. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Training session of CNDP soldiers (National Congres for the Defense of the People) in Kichanga, stronghold of the dissident general Laurent Nkunda. These Tutsis soldiers, some recruited across the nearby Rwanda border, are well trained, armed and famous for their discipline. 2007.
Inquire about this image

 A mother and her child, a victim of severe malnutrition and other complications complications, at the hospital in the district of Ituri. Many cases of malnutrition exist due to the difficulties of feeding following the displacement of individuals fleeing the fighting between FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and rebel groups. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

A mother and her child, a victim of severe malnutrition and other complications complications, at the hospital in the district of Ituri. Many cases of malnutrition exist due to the difficulties of feeding following the displacement of individuals fleeing the fighting between FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and rebel groups. 2007.
Inquire about this image

  Early morning prayer at Rethy hospital. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

 Early morning prayer at Rethy hospital. 2007.
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 Masisi hospital, North Kivu. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Masisi hospital, North Kivu. 2007.
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 Mass prayer during a great crusade entitled the "Second Glory" of Pasteur Sony Kafuta Rockman of the Army of the Eternal at the Stadium of the Martryrs in Kinshasa on July 7, 2007. The crusade started at 7 a.m. and lasted 7 hours, during which visitors were asked to bring 7000 Congolese francs as offering. 30,000 women were present. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Mass prayer during a great crusade entitled the "Second Glory" of Pasteur Sony Kafuta Rockman of the Army of the Eternal at the Stadium of the Martryrs in Kinshasa on July 7, 2007. The crusade started at 7 a.m. and lasted 7 hours, during which visitors were asked to bring 7000 Congolese francs as offering. 30,000 women were present. 2007.
Inquire about this image

 A woman in trance after being touched by the pastor, prophet of the Nations Dennis Lessie, during a healing session against AIDS, in the church Arch of Noah. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

A woman in trance after being touched by the pastor, prophet of the Nations Dennis Lessie, during a healing session against AIDS, in the church Arch of Noah. 2007.
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 Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008, Kanyatsi.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008, Kanyatsi.
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 Nyanzale camp for displaced people, Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Nyanzale camp for displaced people, Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008.
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Minova camp for displaced people, South-Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008.
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 Meeting of Chief Commanders on the top of a hill, with General Mayala and his colonels, after the victory of Mushake. Considered as a strategic lock, this locality will be recaptured some days later, through heavy fighting by the men of General Laurent Nkunda. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Meeting of Chief Commanders on the top of a hill, with General Mayala and his colonels, after the victory of Mushake. Considered as a strategic lock, this locality will be recaptured some days later, through heavy fighting by the men of General Laurent Nkunda. 2007.
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 The Nyanzale market, Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008.  Inquire about this image
       
     

The Nyanzale market, Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2008.
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