Hundreds of thousands of children in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo live under the threat of attack by armed groups – but rarely are their experiences or views heard. Simon Rawles go to the Kivus region to find out how children’s lives have been affected by conflict.
M23, the Congolese rebel group, gave up fighting last week. They and the Congolese government are expected to officialize a peace deal. Although the M23 has made the most headlines in recent history, there are other rebel groups in the region, such as the Mai Mai and the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda FDLR.