Serafin Nyanzaba, 17, who has been displaced by war, wears a newly done traditional Congolese hair style at the Don Bosco center in Goma, in this November 20, 2008 file photo. More than five million people have died, most from lack of access to food or basic health, during a decade of fighting and upheaval in Congo, according to aid agencies. This makes Congo's enduring conflict the deadliest since World War Two. To match WITNESS/CONGO-DEMOCRATIC REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly/Files (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO) - RTR228GA

A girl displaced by violence wears a traditional Congolese hair style while standing near government soldiers in the village of Bangadi in northeastern Congo February 2009.

A girl displaced by war fixes her sister's hair in a traditional style at Ngalima in northeastern Congo February 2009.

Lea Mbikaz, 32, who wears a traditional Congolese hair style, poses for a portrait in the village of Bangadi in northeastern Congo, February 2009.

Polio sufferer Marie Diekese, 20, has her hair braided by other girls afflicted by the disease inside the Stand Proud compound in Congo's capital Kinshasa November 2 2006.

A woman with a traditional Congolese hair style poses for a portrait with her umbrella in the village of Bangadi in northeastern Congo, February 2009.

Nako Guminiale, 14, who has a traditional Congolese hair style, poses for a portrait in the village of Bangadi in northeastern Congo, February 2009.

War-displaced mother Marie Nako, 20, stands outside the hospital in the village of Dungu where her malnourished child is being treated in northeastern Congo, February 2009.

War-displaced mother Nicole Merci Nakanik, 20, stands outside the hospital in the village of Dungu where her malnourished child is being treated in northeastern Congo, February 2009.

Serafin Nyanzaba, 17, who has been displaced by war, wears a newly done traditional Congolese hair style at the Don Bosco center in Goma, November 2008.