Refugees in World’s largest camp face difficult dilemma

As the refugee crisis escalates in Europe,the situation in one the largest camps in the world remain dire as threats of closure by the host country is imminent.The dadaab refugee camp in North Eastern Kenya was initially designed to host 90,000 refugees now shelters more than 500,000 Somali refugees for the past 26 years since the break out of civil war in their country.

The camp has been providing protection, shelter and humanitarian assistance to Somali refugees for two decades often under difficult and complex circumstances.

Chronic overcrowding, a risk of disease, and seasonal floods are among these challenges facing the refugees. 

As the drought and famine in East Africa rages on,millions of refugees stand at the brink of starvation.

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