Save the Children says that the children are part of the nearly 1,300 people who come each day to the overcrowded Dadaab refugee camps in northeastern Kenya.
The group said Tuesday that some families walk through sand and searing heat for more than a month looking for food, water and shelter. The U.N. refugee agency says 20,000 Somalis have arrived in Kenya over the past two weeks alone, a sharp increase from last year when some 6,000 to 8,000 Somalis were arriving in Kenya each month.
Save the Children says the children arrive from Somalia exhausted, malnourished and severely dehydrated. Source: The Associated Press