In the Horn of East Africa, a massive drought is affecting the lives of approximately 12.5 million people. It has been described as the worst in 60 years and thousands are flocking to Dadaab—a sprawling complex comprising five refugee camps in northeastern Kenya.
The camp opened in 1991 and was meant to hold 90,000 people. Today, Dadaab holds close to 430,000 people who have fled conflict, drought and famine in Somalia.
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