Africa: Horn of Africa Drought: HORNOFAFRICADROUGHT005

Somali refugees wait to be relocated in Dagahaley camp by IOM from the area of new arrivals to IFO camp, where they have new shelters awaiting them, at Dadaab camp, on the Kenyan border with Somalia, August 20, 2011. Dadaab, with roughly 400,000 refugees, is the largest refugee camps in the world. The horn of Africa is suffering one of the worst droughts in years, displacing thousands, and killing others through severe malnutrition. In response to the increasing severity of the situation MSF is operating an emergency nutrition intervention in Dadaab.

Somali refugees wait to be relocated in Dagahaley camp by IOM from the area of new arrivals to IFO camp, where they have new shelters awaiting them, at Dadaab camp, on the Kenyan border with Somalia, August 20, 2011. Dadaab, with roughly 400,000 refugees, is the largest refugee camps in the world. The horn of Africa is suffering one of the worst droughts in years, displacing thousands, and killing others through severe malnutrition. In response to the increasing severity of the situation MSF is operating an emergency nutrition intervention in Dadaab.