Prospects to end the two-decade war between the Ugandan government and Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) hang in the balance, raising anxiety for those affected.
Hostilities have forced some two million people to flee their homes and villages. And for the majority, living in a camp is a desperate substitute.
"As war came, people ran," explains Just Alengo, 56, leader of Attiak camp near the southern Sudanese border. "We came here thinking we would stay a few months. But we are still here."