Charities are warning that the conditions in Somalia are set to get worse for the children there.
The recent drought in the country means many families have no food, water or shelter.
Now heavy rains are expected which could lead to even more serious problems.
Even though rain might sound like a good thing in a drought-stricken country, it's feared it will destroy the tents that thousands of people are living in.
And if the camps flood, children will be in danger of catching diseases like measles and diarrhoea, which in Somalia could prove deadly.
Ore's been speaking to someone working out there to hear about what it's like. Look at the clip for more.