Years of violent insecurity in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo have left at least 5.6 million people there displaced. There’s not enough funding to help all those in need, the UN refugee agency has warned, adding that some have been forced to sleep out in the open, leaving them vulnerable to sexual abuse, which is widespread throughout the area. In an interview with UN News, the agency’s Head of External Relations, Dominique Hyde, described the desperate scenes she saw for herself in Ituri province last week.