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A child is fed Plumpy'Nut (a peanut-based, highly nutritious supplement developed as a cheap and convienient treatment for malnutrion) at a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) health post at Mugunga 1 camp for displaced people. The camp, sited west of Goma, was mostly populated by people fleeing bitter fighting in the region of Masisi. However, on 20 November 2012 a force, mainly made up of disaffected Tutsi soldiers (calling themselves M23) who deserted from the Congolese Army earlier in the year, marched into Goma causing the panicked inhabitants to flee the camp. On their return the residents, swelled by newly displaced, found their tents and belongings had been stolen.