-- In northeastern Kenya, hundreds of thousands of Somali refugees are seeking shelter at the Dadaab refugee camp complex.
The camps were already overcrowded even before the drought and famine forced many Somalis to cross the border. That’s because fighting between pro-government forces and militias over many years led to what many called the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.
Numerous aid agencies are now working at Dadaab. On Monday, Jeremy Hobbs, executive director of Oxfam International, visited the camps.