The Democratic Republic of Congo is facing a forgotten crisis.
According to the UN, the country has one of the largest refugees in the world – more people have fled their homes there than in places like Yemen or Afghanistan.
Approximately 42% of all refugees in the world are children.
We are talking to a 14-year-old boy, whom we call Blukwa, who has found a house in an isolated camp on a remote hill in the eastern part of DR Congo where the violence is at its worst.
Footage of the camp, including an interview, was provided to the BBC by Unicef.
Reporter: Joice Etutu
Producer: Alexandra Ostasiewicz
The children expelled in DR Congo conflict
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