Kenya Concerned by Cholera, Measles Outbreaks at Congested Refugee Camp
Aid groups say measles and cholera outbreaks at Kenya's congested Dadaab refugee camp have killed at least five people and sickened more than 400. The outbreaks come as thousands of Somalis have been arriving at the camp this year to escape record drought back home, stretching camp resources. Juma Majanga reports from Dadaab refugee camp in northeast Kenya. Editor's note: The video has been updated to correct the timeline of the arrival of more than 80,000 Somalis. The U.N. says refugees fled to Kenya’s Dadaab camp over the past two years.