The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Medical Group Concerned Over Refugees Plight

Photo: Lynsey Addario/MSF
Mother and child at Dadaab refugee camp.

The recent decision by the government to send Somali refugees from the urban areas to refugee camps will put further pressure on the existing unsafe situation.

Doctors Without Borders say the decision may have a negative impact to the already disastrous medical and humanitarian situation for refugees living in Dadaab camp.

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