Her eyes hide behind dark glasses. Her head is covered in a red scarf.
She speaks to no one as she winds her way back to her temporary home – a tent, pitched amid thousands of others, one virtually indistinguishable from the next.
Here Divine Kagajo finds her parents, and her two daughters, aged five and 11. She left her husband behind in Burundi.
“He was shot and died on the spot,” said Divine, recalling the day in early 2014 when she and her husband were attacked by a group of men.