Lost In Dadaab

Dadaab, in eastern Kenya is the world’s largest refugee camp. Opened in 1991, the camp is home to 500,000 refugees. Recently, the Kenyan government said it would no longer host refugees out of fear the camp is a breeding ground for the terrorist organization al-Shabaab. The U.N. says shutting down the camp would be a humanitarian crisis, leaving the future and safety of the refugees uncertain.