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Life at refugee camps in Kenya

Pictures showing life at the Dagahaley refugee camp in Dadaab - the biggest refugee camp in the world.
Here, Somali refugees wait to fill cans with water at a newly-installed tank. UN refugee chief Antonio Guterres has said that the drought in Somalia has caused the worst humanitarian disaster in the world.
Somali refugees wait to fill cans with water
These children from Somalia walk to a registration centre at the refugee camp. They would have travelled for days to get here - many people didn't survive the journey.
Children walk to registration centre in Dadaab
These woman have arrived at the Dagahaley refugee camp in Dadaab. More than 360,000 people who are fleeing drought are now living there. It's the biggest refugee camp in the world.
New arrivals in Dadaab
This family is waiting in the new arrivals section of the Dagahaley refugee camp in Dadaa.
These people are waiting in the new arrivals section of the camp
Starving children like this little boy are fed milk drinks to help them get stronger.
Starving children like this little boy are fed milk drinks to help them get stronger.
This three-year-old girl is also being treated for malnutrition - here she is with her mum. Her brothers and sisters are also being helped.
Three-year-old girl being treated for malnutrition
And so's this little boy. It took his family 25 days of walking to reach the Hagadera Camp, just outside Dadaab. Sadly his mum died on journey - but he's got his grandma to look after him.
Little boy being treated for severe malnutrition
Two-year-old Aden has a bath at a hospital in Dagahaley Camp, outside Dadaab. Doctors are treating him for malnutrition too.
Two-year-old Aden has a bath at a hospital in Dagahaley Camp