Conflicts and Unrest in the Region Cause an Influx of Refugees - International Reports
Conflicts and Unrest in the Region Cause an Influx of Refugees
Interview with Steffen Krüger, Head of the KAS office in DR Congo
The main causes for the migration of the DR Congo are the many internal and regional conflicts. As a consequence, millions of people have become internally displaced persons in their own country. Numerous NGOs and church-run initiatives try to ease the calamity. But as long as the region remains instable flight and expulsion are going to dominate the scene.