Farmers walk through Masisi territory in North Kivu in July 2012, near where the first series of massacres in April occurred. Constant displacement has caused thousands to flee their homes in rapid succession; waves of people would take to the roads, only to return weeks later in the other direction, searching for safety. The lack of infrastructure has made the chaotic situation even worse. The humanitarian community has little access to these refugee populations, and the current aid structure is still artificially focused on transition, not on responding to emergencies. Programs already operating on the ground have been limited in their response, even as camps of displaced people have grown into the hundreds of thousands.