(How many people are on the move and where are they headed?) There are thousands of people going back, the problem is they can't all reach their villages. Some of them have no houses to go back to and others live in remote areas. There are camps being erected in Gori. There are others who had to stay at their homes to protect them, and they have no means of contacting their loved ones and some say they need food and medicine. So the situation is even worse for people in the villages. (Are those people in the villages cut off from aid?) These are rural people who have a cow or chicken and maybe a farm. But the transport foods in Gori are impossible for them to reach. Most of these people are elderly and frail, so they're not strong enough to get into Gori. There are still forces in the area who control the roads. (Do they have to contend with land mines?) In any conflict in the world, there are problems with mines. There have already been two people who have died from land mines. There needs to be awareness for people on this issue. (How do your teams characterize the situation right now?) The humanitarian situation is critical and volatile. Displaced persons still face a dangerous and uncertain future, and this critical situation could last for a long time to come.