So, some people who live in a country called Rwanda are having a hard time living there because there was a big conflict a while ago that made it unsafe for them. They're worried about being hurt or not having enough food or shelter.
To help these people, some other countries have agreed to let them come live there instead. So, if someone from Rwanda wants to leave and go to a different country, they can ask for something called "asylum." Asylum means that they want to come to the new country to be safe and live there permanently.
But before they can come, the new country has to make sure that they're not going to be a danger to anyone there, and that they really do need to leave Rwanda to stay safe. It's like when you invite a new friend over to play, but you have to make sure they're not going to break your toys or hurt anyone before they can come in.
Once the new country approves the Rwandan person's asylum request, they can come live there and start a new life. They'll have to learn a new language and make new friends, but at least they'll be safe and have access to all the things they need to live a good life.