Esperance Kanziza sits close to her village leader, Mukamusha Beatrice in her small mud brick home in eastern Rwanda.
The two refugees from Burundi are now living in Mahama refugee camp and are chatting about the upheaval Esperance will soon face.
In two days time, she will have to empty her entire house of all her belongings – but instead of feeling resentful of the inconvenience, she is grateful.
“I’m happy that we are getting people to come to our house and kill mosquitoes,” says Esperance. “And we are happy to receive them.”