A tenth of East Timor's people are internally displaced (IDPs), nearly two years after violence erupted in the country.
A third of them - around 30,000 people - live in camps in the capital Dili, the rest with friends or family.
The continued threat of instability has meant many are afraid to return home. But with rebel soldiers now in talks, the government is trying to empty the camps before they themselves become a security issue.
The BBC's Lucy Williamson reports from Ceonal camp.