A group of houses at Kanembwa (appologies for the photo quality--this was taken from a moving truck). While they are sturdy shelters, homes do not have running water or electricity. From what I can tell, this is typical for rural African dwellings.
Group of kids who are waiting to go to the U.S. The U.S. governent has agreed to accept up to 13,000 of the Burundian refugees if those refugees meet certain standards. I'm not clear on what exactly those standards are yet, but I do know that we do not have enough qualified refguees to meet that ceiling.