Contour Style- Refugees of Dadaab, Vice magazine USA, September 1, 2011 : Stock Photo
DADAAB, KENYA - JULY 16: A large swathe of East Africa has experienced appalling levels of starvation, which according to one USAID official could result in the death of hundreds of thousands of children by the end of the year. Many from the region have fled their homelands for Dadaab, one of the oldest and largest refugee camps in history. Dadaab is located in the Kenyan desert, approximately 60 miles from Somalia (home to ?the worst humanitarian disaster? in the world, according to UN High Commissioner of Refugees António Guterres). Technically composed of three camps?Hagadera, Ifo, and Dagahaley?Dadaab was established in 1991 with a maximum capacity of 90,000. The camp currently houses 400,000 displaced individuals, with approximately 1,400 more arriving every day (half of whom are children). It is estimated that the area?s population will hit 500,000 by the end of the year. Some families have lived here for generations, producing offspring without documentation or a nation to call their own. (Photo by James Mollison/Contour Style by Getty Images)

Contour Style- Refugees of Dadaab, Vice magazine USA, September 1, 2011

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DADAAB, KENYA - JULY 16: A large swathe of East Africa has experienced appalling levels of starvation, which according to one USAID official could result in the death of hundreds of thousands of children by the end of the year. Many from the region have fled their homelands for Dadaab, one of the oldest and largest refugee camps in history. Dadaab is located in the Kenyan desert, approximately 60 miles from Somalia (home to ?the worst humanitarian disaster? in the world, according to UN High Commissioner of Refugees António Guterres). Technically composed of three camps?Hagadera, Ifo, and Dagahaley?Dadaab was established in 1991 with a maximum capacity of 90,000. The camp currently houses 400,000 displaced individuals, with approximately 1,400 more arriving every day (half of whom are children). It is estimated that the area?s population will hit 500,000 by the end of the year. Some families have lived here for generations, producing offspring without documentation or a nation to call their own. (Photo by James Mollison/Contour Style by Getty Images)
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