(Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The hardest part for many of the young refugees that have fled from CAR to the northern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is missing out on their education. Stefano Severe, UNHCR’s Kinshasa-based regional representative, said that finding ways for the refugees to continue their education was a priority for the agency. “We have learned from past experiences in refugee camps and we are aware that youth without any activity can have a negative impact on the atmosphere in the camp. If they are bored they are also at risk of manipulation and could be tempted to join armed groups in the Central African Republic,” he warned.