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Kenya, Dadaab A family of Somalis sit among their possessions outside the Dadaab refugee camp. They have arrived after many days walking and now are waiting to be processed so they can enter the camp. Dadaab camp is the largest refugee complex in the world, originally set up at the start of Somalia's civil war in 1991 to accommodate 90,000 refugees, it is now home to over 400,000 people with another 1,200 arriving each day. Most of its occupants are fleeing East Africa's worst drought for 60 years that has hit Somalia particularly severely. Kenya, Dadaab A family of Somalis sit among their possessions outside the Dadaab refugee camp. They have arrived after many days walking and now are waiting to be processed so they can enter the camp. Dadaab camp is the largest refugee complex in the world, originally set up at the start of Somalia's civil war in 1991 to accommodate 90,000 refugees, it is now home to over 400,000 people with another 1,200 arriving each day. Most of its occupants are fleeing East Africa's worst drought for 60 years that has hit Somalia particularly severely.
  • Kenya, Dadaab A family of Somalis sit among their possessions outside the Dadaab refugee camp. They have arrived after many days walking and now are waiting to be processed so they can enter the camp. Dadaab camp is the largest refugee complex in the world, originally set up at the start of Somalia's civil war in 1991 to accommodate 90,000 refugees, it is now home to over 400,000 people with another 1,200 arriving each day. Most of its occupants are fleeing East Africa's worst drought for 60 years that has hit Somalia particularly severely.
    Locals prepare a butchered camel for sale in camp Dadaab, The camp was originally set up at the start of Somalia's civil war in 1991 and was designed to accommodate 90,000 refugees, but it is now home to over 400,000 Somalis with another 1,200 arriving each day. Most of its occupants are fleeing East Africa's worst drought for 60 years that has hit Somalia particularly severely.
    Men are helped from a mass grave, dug within the Dadaab refugee camp, where they have just help to bury eleven members of the same family. The Dadaab refugee camp, the largest refugee complex in the world, was originally set up at the start of Somalia's civil war in 1991 and was designed to accommodate 90,000 refugees, but it is now home to over 400,000 Somalis with another 1,200 arriving each day. Most of its occupants are fleeing East Africa's worst drought for 60 years that has hit Somalia particularly severely.