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  • Ahmed Warsame in white shirt -  UNHCR Head of Operations inaugurating the launching of Humankind Academy in Dagahaley camp on Jan. 16, 2013

    Photo by D. Mwancha

    Ahmed Warsame in white shirt - UNHCR Head of Operations inaugurating the launching of Humankind Academy in Dagahaley camp on Jan. 16, 2013

  • A family of 12 Congolese refugees who arrived in Winnipeg, Dec. 10, 2013.

    Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press

    A family of 12 Congolese refugees who arrived in Winnipeg, Dec. 10, 2013.

  • Muuxi Adam (in cap) with children in Humankind Academy uniform with UNHCR's head of operations Ahmed Warsame (white shirt), the Winnipegger who runs the world's largest refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya.

    Muuxi Adam (in cap) with children in Humankind Academy uniform with UNHCR's head of operations Ahmed Warsame (white shirt), the Winnipegger who runs the world's largest refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya.

  • In this photo taken in August, 2011, Somali refugees collect water at the LFO refugee camp outside Dadaab, eastern Kenya, 100 kilometers from the Somali border. Built in 1991 for 90,000 people, the camp has swelled to more than 400,000 registered refugees because of Somalia's long-running conflict and now its famine. Another 40,000 are waiting for official registration.

    Jerome Delay / The Associated Press

    In this photo taken in August, 2011, Somali refugees collect water at the LFO refugee camp outside Dadaab, eastern Kenya, 100 kilometers from the Somali border. Built in 1991 for 90,000 people, the camp has swelled to more than 400,000 registered refugees because of Somalia's long-running conflict and now its famine. Another 40,000 are waiting for official registration.

  • In this August 2011 photo, tents are seen at the UNHCR's LFO Extension camp outside Dadaab, eastern Kenya, 100 kilometers from the Somali border. The Dadaab refugee camp — the largest in the world — was built for 90,000 people. The current population is over 400,000 with thousands of new arrivals crammed into areas outside the refugee camp, waiting to be formally admitted.

    Jerome Delay / The Associated Press

    In this August 2011 photo, tents are seen at the UNHCR's LFO Extension camp outside Dadaab, eastern Kenya, 100 kilometers from the Somali border. The Dadaab refugee camp — the largest in the world — was built for 90,000 people. The current population is over 400,000 with thousands of new arrivals crammed into areas outside the refugee camp, waiting to be formally admitted.

  • In this August 2011 photo, Somali refugees carry firewood to the LFO refugee camp outside  Dadaab, Eastern Kenya, 100 kilometers from the Somali border. Built in 1991 for 90,000 people, the camp has swelled to more than 400,000 registered refugees because of Somalia's long-running conflict and now its famine. Another 40,000 are waiting for official registration. New arrivals live on a 21-day ration handed out by the U.N., until they are formally registered.

    Jerome Delay / The Associated Press

    In this August 2011 photo, Somali refugees carry firewood to the LFO refugee camp outside Dadaab, Eastern Kenya, 100 kilometers from the Somali border. Built in 1991 for 90,000 people, the camp has swelled to more than 400,000 registered refugees because of Somalia's long-running conflict and now its famine. Another 40,000 are waiting for official registration. New arrivals live on a 21-day ration handed out by the U.N., until they are formally registered.

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