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Hariramana Consirlia, who is 22 years old, poses for a photograh with her baby in a temporary shelter she is living in in Bugasera Reception Centre, in Bugasera, Rwanda on the 9th May, 2015. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Nizerimana Louise - 27 years old from Kirembe in Burundi, poses for a photograph with her children in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Newly arrived refugees from Burundi queue up for assistance in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 10th, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young boy who is a refugee from Burundi listens to his families radio for news from Bujumbura on the political unrest in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugaserathousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Nizerimana Louise - 27 years old from Kirembe in Burundi, poses for a photograph with her children in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Hariramana Consirlia, who is 22 years old, poses for a photograh with her baby in a temporary shelter she is living in in Bugasera Reception Centre, in Bugasera, Rwanda on the 9th May, 2015. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young girl who has just arrived from Burundi, warms up her families evening meal of beans that they have been given ready cooked in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A woman who has just arrived from Burundi holds her young baby while waiting to be allocated a place to sleep in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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The children of Kamurera Emeline - 35 years old from Rugando, whose husband stayed behind in Burundi, pose for a photograph in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Hariramana Consirlia, who is 22 years old, poses for a photograh with her baby in a temporary shelter she is living in in Bugasera Reception Centre, in Bugasera, Rwanda on the 9th May, 2015. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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The children of Kamurera Emeline - 35 years old from Rugando, whose husband stayed behind in Burundi, pose for a photograph in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young boy, who has just arrived from Burundi, sits next to his mother who is suffering from a respitory infection in their temporary shelter in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Two young children, who have just arrived from Burundi, sleep outside on a sleeping mat in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A woman feeds her child in a therapeutic feeding centre for newly arrived refugees from Burundi in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Women from Burundi wait outside a feeding oint Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Hariramana Consirlia, who is 22 years old, poses for a photograh with her baby in a temporary shelter she is living in in Bugasera Reception Centre, in Bugasera, Rwanda on the 9th May, 2015. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Nizerimana Louise - 27 years old from Kirembe in Burundi, poses for a photograph with her children in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Newly arrived refugees from Burundi wait with their belongings in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 10th, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Newly arrived refugees from Burundi wait with their belongings in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 10th, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Newly arrived refugees from Burundi queue up with their babies at a nutritional feeding centre at in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugaserathousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Children receive a high energy drink in a nutritional feeding centre set up for newly arrived refugees from Burundi in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A woman feeds her child in a therapeutic feeding centre for newly arrived refugees from Burundi in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young girl who has just arrived from Burundi, warms up her families evening meal of beans that they have been given ready cooked in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A group of young children who have newly arrived from Burundi pose for a photograph in their temporary shelter in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Children receive a high energy drink in a nutritional feeding centre set up for newly arrived refugees from Burundi in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Newly arrived refugees from Burundi queue up for assistance in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 10th, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young girl holds her baby brother outside a temporary shelter in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Kabasinga Jacqueline - 35 years old - and who has fled from political violence in Burundi poses for a photograph in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Yvette, a twenty year old student who fled Burundi without her parents in fear of political violence poses for a photograph in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Kabasinga Jacqueline - 35 years old - and who has fled from political violence in Burundi poses for a photograph in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Two young children who have newly arrived from Burundi sleep on a mat in their temporary shelter in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugaserathousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A group of young children who have newly arrived from Burundi pose for a photograph in their temporary shelter in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Josylin Meregwa - 44 years old Brown Shirt - Michel Kagabo - 11 5 years green shirt - Niranzi Red Tshirt - Jean Baptiste - 8 Pale red tshirt - Ndayisaba - 14 years, who have fled Burundi because of political violence pose for a photograph in their temporary accommodation in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Kamurera Emeline - 35 years old from Rugando, whose husband stayed behind in Burundi, poses for a photograph with her children in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Josylin Meregwa - 44 years old Brown Shirt - Michel Kagabo - 11 5 years green shirt - Niranzi Red Tshirt - Jean Baptiste - 8 Pale red tshirt - Ndayisaba - 14 years, who have fled Burundi because of political violence pose for a photograph in their temporary accommodation in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Twoyoung children who have newly arrived from Burundi pose for a photograph in their temporary shelter in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A woman and her daughter, who have just arrived from Burundi, cook their evening meal under a darkening sky in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A woman and her daughter, who have just arrived from Burundi, cook their evening meal under a darkening sky in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugaserathousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Two young children, who have newly arrived from Burundi pose for a photograph in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mukayeze Venacine, who has been displaced by political violence in Burundi for a second time, (the first was in 1993) poses for a photograph with the two children she is with in Bugasera Reception Centre on 10th May, 2015. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A family who have newly arrived from Burundi cook an evening meal outside, seen through a broken window, in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than fifty thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young Burundian refugee sits outside a makeshift shelter in the rain in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Kamurera Emeline - 35 years old from Rugando, whose husband stayed behind in Burundi, poses for a photograph with her children in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mukamusonera Joslyn, 30 years old, and who has just fled from Burundi, poses for a photograph in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A Burundian refugee family cook their evening meal at Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mukayeze Venacine, who has been displaced by political violence in Burundi for a second time, (the first was in 1993) poses for a photograph with the two children she is with in Bugasera Reception Centre on 10th May, 2015. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A group of young children who have newly arrived from Burundi pose for a photograph in their temporary shelter in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Saturday, May 9, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Kamurera Emeline - 35 years old from Rugando, whose husband stayed behind in Burundi, poses for a photograph with her children in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A woman and her daughter who have newly arrived from Burundi wash their clothes in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mukayeze Venacine, who has been displaced by political violence in Burundi for a second time, (the first was in 1993) poses for a photograph with the two children she is with in Bugasera Reception Centre on 10th May, 2015. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A group of newly arrived refugees from Burundi queue up for a hote meal in the evening light in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mukayeze Venacine, who has been displaced by political violence in Burundi for a second time, (the first was in 1993) poses for a photograph with the two children she is with in Bugasera Reception Centre on 10th May, 2015. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mukamusonera Joslyn, 30 years old, and who has just fled from Burundi, poses for a photograph in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Bugasera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Yvette, a twenty year old student who fled Burundi without her parents in fear of political violence poses for a photograph in Bugasera Reception Centre, Rwanda Friday, May 8, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Burundian refugees, who have arrived in Mahama refugee camp by bus from a transit centre collect their belongings before behing registered in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Thursday, May 7, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Pierre, who is 14, and who has fled Burundi without his family, walks towards hsi tent in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Thursday, May 7, 2015. Pierre says "My dreams are to eat well, to sleep well, and to see my father again"In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Pierre, who is 14, and who has fled Burundi without his family, hides behind his mosquito net in a tent he shares with over twenty other unaccompanied children in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Thursday, May 7, 2015. Pierre says "My dreams are to eat well, to sleep well, and to see my father again"In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A girl talks to her family in Burundi for the first time since fleeing political violence on a phone provided by the Rwandan Red Cross in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Thursday, May 7, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Burundian refugees wait for assistance in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Thursday, May 7, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A boy talks to his family in Burundi for the first time since fleeing political violence on a phone provided by the Rwandan Red Cross in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Thursday, May 7, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Pierre, who is 14, and who has fled Burundi without his family, hides behind his mosquito net in a tent he shares with over twenty other unaccompanied children in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Thursday, May 7, 2015. Pierre says "My dreams are to eat well, to sleep well, and to see my father again"In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Pierre, who is 14, and who has fled Burundi without his family, has his photograph taken in a tent he shares with over twenty other unaccompanied children in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Thursday, May 7, 2015. Pierre says "My dreams are to eat well, to sleep well, and to see my father again"In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Burundian refugees wait to be registered after arriving in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A woman who has fled with her children, stands on a hill in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Two young children sit on the ground in front of a UNHCR tent in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Children stand in front on UNHCR tents in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old, and mother of 6 registers with UNHCR after arriving in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A woman and her child stand by their cooking fire in the evening light in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Burundian refugees wait for assistance in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Burundian families wait to be registered by UNHCR in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young girl holds her baby brother in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A Burundian family are registered as refugees in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A family who have fled Burundi cook their evening meal in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Refugee children from Burundi cook their evening meal in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young girl holds her baby brother in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Refugee children from Burundi cook their evening meal in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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An elderly woman who has fled from Burundi waits for assistance in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Wednesday, May 6, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old, and mother of 6 collects her belongings together to move to a tent after arriving in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old, and mother of 6 receives her food ration after arriving in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Burundian refugees wait for assistance in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A Burundian refugee registers his family for assistance in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Jackson Musoni, a UNHCR child protection specialist, interviews two young girls before registering them in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Jackson interviews the unaccompanied minors when they arrive in Mahama refugee camp and makes recommendations to UNHCR's partner PLAN who is then following up with regard to the care to be given to the children. They also try to ding foster families. Jackson Musoni makes the a follow up with PLAN for each child to see if they are well. Quote: "I interview each child and make recommendations to our partner PLAN which is taking care of the unaccompanied minors. At the end of the week, I go back to PLAN and follow up on every child to see how they are". In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A UNHCR staff member addresses Burundian refugees who are waiting for assistance in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old, and mother of 6 receives her food ration after arriving in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old, poses for a photograph with her children (R to L) Abass, 12 Ibrahim, 9 Moussa, 6 and Samia, 15 (yellow veil) in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Moussa, 6, the youngest son Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old runs after the rest of his family as they head towards their tent in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Moussa, 6, and his mother Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old wait to be given shelter in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A mother weighs her baby at a nutritional screening centre for new arrivals in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A Burundian refugee who has a newborn baby, visits a midwife in an emergecny medical centre in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A pregnant woman is measured for her BMI at a medical screening centre in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A pregnant woman is weighed at a medical screening centre in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Marino Janine, a refugee from Burundi holds her baby,, in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Marino arrived in Mahama on May 2nd, having been in a reception centre near the border with Burundi since arriving on the 17th April. She says "We left because of the war. I came with my four children, but my husband stayed behind to see what will happen. We feel safe here." In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A Burundian refugee boy has his finger prints taken as part of the registration process in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old, and mother of 6 receives her food ration after arriving in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old, poses for a photograph with her children (L to R) Abass, 12 Ibrahim, 9 Moussa, 6 and Samia, 15 (yellow veil) in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Burundian refugees sleep on the ground after arriving by bus in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A Burundian family waits for assistance in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young girl holds her baby brother in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old, and mother of 6 carries her belongings on her head to a tent that she has been given for her family to sleep in after arriving in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A young girl from Burundi holds her little brother in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Moussa, 6, the youngest son Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old runs after the rest of his family as they head towards their tent in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A mother weighs her baby at a nutritional screening centre for new arrivals in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A UNHCR staff member addresses Burundian refugees who are waiting for assistance in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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A group of children from Burundi wait for assistance after arriving in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Mwamini Wizeyimana, 37 years old, and mother of 6 carries her belongings on her head to a tent that she has been given for her family to sleep in after arriving in Mahama Refugee Camp, Rwanda Tuesday, May 5, 2015. Mwamini is a refugee for the 3rd time (1993 to Rwanda, in 1994 she returned to Burundi because of the genocide in Rwanda, in 1995 she fled to Tanzania, in 1998 she returned to Burundi with UNHCR's help, in 2015 she fled to Rwanda). She had to drop out of school as a result of the different conflicts she fled. She is desperate to see her children having the destiny as her, and losing on their education as her.In Mahama thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than thirty two thousand Burundian refugees have fled Burundi since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Jeanne, Felicite and Brigitte are have their photograph taken in the tent they are temporarily living in at Bugeshera Reception Centre, having fled Burundi because of ongoing political violence, in Bugashera Rwanda on 4th May, 2015. They are among the 25,000 Burundian refugees who have fled pre-election violence in Burundi and have arrived in Rwanda over the past few weeks. They were neighbours in Bujumbura and decided to flee together with their 10 children last Thursday (26 April). They had good jobs in Bujumbura. Felicite was in a medical school to become a para medical staff and was doing an internship at the hospital. Brigitte was a small vendor at the market and Jeanne had a restaurant. When they saw that the situation was? getting worse they realized that their only choice to stay safe and to protect their children was to leave everything behind and to flee. ]MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Jeanne, Felicite and Brigitte are have their photograph taken in the tent they are temporarily living in at Bugeshera Reception Centre, having fled Burundi because of ongoing political violence, in Bugashera Rwanda on 4th May, 2015. They are among the 25,000 Burundian refugees who have fled pre-election violence in Burundi and have arrived in Rwanda over the past few weeks. They were neighbours in Bujumbura and decided to flee together with their 10 children last Thursday (26 April). They had good jobs in Bujumbura. Felicite was in a medical school to become a para medical staff and was doing an internship at the hospital. Brigitte was a small vendor at the market and Jeanne had a restaurant. When they saw that the situation was? getting worse they realized that their only choice to stay safe and to protect their children was to leave everything behind and to flee. ]MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
WORLDWIDE RIGHTS AVAILABLE. End users shall not licence, sell, transmit, or distribute any photographs represented by eyevine, to any third party.
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Jeanne, Felicite and Brigitte are have their photograph taken in the tent they are temporarily living in at Bugeshera Reception Centre, having fled Burundi because of ongoing political violence, in Bugashera Rwanda on 4th May, 2015. They are among the 25,000 Burundian refugees who have fled pre-election violence in Burundi and have arrived in Rwanda over the past few weeks. They were neighbours in Bujumbura and decided to flee together with their 10 children last Thursday (26 April). They had good jobs in Bujumbura. Felicite was in a medical school to become a para medical staff and was doing an internship at the hospital. Brigitte was a small vendor at the market and Jeanne had a restaurant. When they saw that the situation was? getting worse they realized that their only choice to stay safe and to protect their children was to leave everything behind and to flee. ]MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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A young girl poses for a photograph with her grandmother after fleeing their village in Burundi becaues of political violence in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Monday, May 4, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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A convoy of buses, with refugees from Burundi, are escorted by Rwandan police on their way to Mahama refugee camp in Rwanda Monday, May 4, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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A young boy reads through the list of refugees that he has found, due to leave that day on a bus to Mahama refegee camp in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Monday, May 4, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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Women and children who have fled political violence in Burundi receive a hot meal after arriving in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Monday, May 4, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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A mother and her daughter who have fled political unrest in Burundi sleep in a shelter after arrving in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Monday, May 4, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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The family of Macumi Esperanza, a Burundian Refugee who died from a respirtory problem after crossing the border into Rwanda, accompany her coffin to be buried in Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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The family of Macumi Esperanza, a Burundian Refugee who died from a respirtory problem after crossing the border into Rwanda, accompany her coffin to be buried in Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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The body of Macumi Esperanza, a Burundian Refugee who died from a respirtory problem is lowered into a grave, watched on by her daughter (in pink) and other family members in Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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Burundian refugees wait for assistance in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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Zenobie, 29 years old, who is suffering from suspected cerebal malaria and pneumonia, lies with her young boy who she is trying to breast feed, at the emergency health post in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. She arrived in the centre on the 24th April. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty four thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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Jeanette, (green scarf) Hadidja pose for a photograph after arriving from Burundi into Rwanda at Kamavuye, Rwanda, on the 3rd May, 2015. . They fled Burundi at 5am and reached Rwanda after 9 hours walk through the bush. They are among some 25,000 Burundian refugees who have fled Burundi and have arrived in Rwanda over the past few weeks.MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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David, who was studying management and administration at the Great Lakes University in Bujumbura poses for a photograph poses for a photograph in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015.The Imbomerakure came to look for him at home but he managed to escape and shelter at a neighbour's house before escaping to Rwanda In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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A hospital worker marks a simple wooden cross with the name of Macumi Esperanza, a Burundian Refugee who died from a respirtory problem in Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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Simon, a student at the University of Burundi in Bujumbura who fled after all the students were expelled from the campus poses for a photograph in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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Minani Ezechiel, 45 years old, charges people's phones in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. Minani Ezechiel, 45 years old, has four children and lives in Bugesera reception centre in Rwanda ? When did you start your business? The day after I arrived. I fled Burundi on 27 April and started on 28 April. A friend I met here gave me a battery. He gave it to me for free, but if he would ask me to pay, I would pay. He is from here. I met him at church. We prayed together and we become friends. ? Is it working well? I have many clients but I don't have enough equipment. I don't have enough batteries, solar panels and phone chargers. It takes 5 hours to charge each phone and it costs 100 Burundian Francs. I make 1,000 Burundian Francs per day. It is very little. ? How do you see your future? My future is not good. I don't want to return to Burundi. I don't know how I am going to live. I am going to continue my business in the refugee camp. I want to continue the same job and I want it to be prosperous. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0) 20 8709 8709 E: inf
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Zenobie, 29 years old, who is suffering from suspected cerebal malaria and pneumonia, lies with her young boy who she is trying to breast feed, at the emergency health post in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. She arrived in the centre on the 24th April. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty four thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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Jeanette, (green scarf) Hadidja pose for a photograph after arriving from Burundi into Rwanda at Kamavuye, Rwanda, on the 3rd May, 2015. . They fled Burundi at 5am and reached Rwanda after 9 hours walk through the bush. They are among some 25,000 Burundian refugees who have fled Burundi and have arrived in Rwanda over the past few weeks.MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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A family arrive from Burundi into Rwanda at Kamavuye, Rwanda, on the 3rd May, 2015. . They fled Burundi at 5am and reached Rwanda after 9 hours walk through the bush. They are among some 25,000 Burundian refugees who have fled Burundi and have arrived in Rwanda over the past few weeks.MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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A simple wooden cross with the name of Macumi Esperanza, a Burundian Refugee who died from a respirtory problem marks her fresh grave in Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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Bernard, who was attending secondary school and fled forced recruitment by the Imbomerakure, poses for a photograph in Bugesera Reception Centre, Bugesera, Rwanda Sunday, May 3, 2015. In Bugesera thousands of people have arrived in the last few weeks, fleeing fear of violence in Burundi. More than twenty three thousand Burundian refugees have crossed into Rwanda since the beginning of April. MSF said that aid agencies were struggling to provide sufficient food, water, shelter, and health care to those in need. Burundi has been embroiled in a political crisis since April 2015 when President Pierre Nkurunziza announced his intention to run for a third term in office prompting protests in the capital, Bujumbura. In the months leading-up to the disputed presidential elections that were held on July 21, around 100 people had been killed and more than 167,000 others had fled to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the DR Congo, as violence and intimidation spread across the small east African country. ? Kate Holt / eyevine ? Kate Holt / eyevine
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