Fighting in eastern DR Congo causes concern about sexual violenceListen /
As violence has flared up again in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, there is concern that atrocities, including rapes can happen again.
More than 19,000 people are reported to have been displaced over the past week in the North Kivu Province as government troops battle soldiers loyal to former rebel commander Bosco Ntaganda.
The UN Mission in the DR Congo, MONUSCO says two years ago more than 300 women, girls, men and boys were raped by armed groups in the province's Walikale territory.
Margot Wallstrom, the UN Secretary-General's Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict has expressed concern about the current situation.
She explained why to Derrick Mbatha.