Nearly 30 years since fleeing the 1994 genocide, a group of Rwandan refugees in Mozambique began their journey home voluntarily on Monday.
An estimated 800,000 Rwandans were killed in the 100 days between April and June 1994 and millions more others were forced to flee to neighbouring countries.
According to Mozambican authorities, there are approximately 3,000 Rwandan refugees in the nation.
Many of the refugees now believe that the circumstances that prompted them to flee their homeland have improved.
The Rwandan government is assisting in the reintegration of refugees.