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Somali refugees in Dadab face dire water shortage

Storyline:National News

Reports from Dadab refugee camps state that many Somali refugees are faced with dire water shortages.

The refugees say the water shortages came after the supplies they use to get from the organizations managing the camps decreased the services to the refugees.

Our correspondent in the refugee camps Abdisamad Ali reports that the decrease of water supplies by the organizations was caused by confrontation between the refugees.

The refugees express concern that people might die if the increasing water scarcity persist in the area.

Dadaab refugee camp in North eastern Kenya hosts over half million Somali refugees who fled from the civil war that embarked in Somalia after the Central government led by late Mohamed said Barre was ousted in 1991.