DR Congo struggles with six million internally displaced people

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is struggling to deal with more than six million Congolese who have fled their homes because of conflict and natural disasters. The country has the highest number of internally displaced people in Africa. The United Nations says it needs $2bn to help DRC, but only 25 percent of the budget has been met. Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi reports from Goma, DRC.