Lloyd-Davies travelled to Minova in South Kivu province to report on the horror of the thousands of rape cases perpetrated by the Congolese national army, which is now facing its victims in court.
Control of Eastern Congo’s minerals has been a key driver in the fighting that has killed over 5 million people. A new project may have the answer – to produce conflict-free tin from a mine.
A Dutch royal has a plan to end the violence that 'conflict minerals' have caused in South Kivu. Will it work?
Last November, hundreds of women and children were raped in Minova, on the shores of Lake Kivu, by soldiers from the Congolese national army.
Last November soldiers from the Congolese Army went on a rampage of looting and rape in the market town of Minova, in Eastern DRC. For the first time, perpetrators reveal what motivates them to rape.
As the G8 discusses sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo, perpetrators and victims speak out about mass rape in Minova.
Grantee Fiona Lloyd-Davies directed and produced a BBC Newsnight segment investigating whether DRC soldiers were ordered to rape women.
The Congolese state's haphazard pursuit of a brutal, animal-poaching militia has led to the arrest of many of its victims. Justice, like peace, remains a distant prospect.
Powerful supporters in security forces accused of complicity in brutal attacks by militia in Democratic Republic of the Congo.
In Kinshasa, Africa's fastest-growing city, a new haven for Congo's wealthy burdens some of its poor.
Subsistence mining is now Congo's largest employment sector—attracting adults and children alike. Chinese investment is driving its growth.
A bitter land conflict has allowed a brutal militia to gather support in its fight against conservation efforts in the Ituri rainforest. The locals must live with the deadly consequences.