(Child Soldiers International)  – A third of child soldiers are estimated to be girls in DR Congo – some as young as four years old. Many are forced to fight and are sexually abused. And when they come home they’re often outcast. We interviewed them to find out why and what can be done. Two thirds of the girls we met had been abducted by an armed group, before being forced to fight. One girl who was abducted by the Lord’s Resistance Army told us: “I was given a uniform. They taught me how to use the weapons. I fought in several battles, attacking villages and abducting children. They explained exactly how to kill using a stick – where to hit on the neck.”