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Kenya/Somali refugees. Dugow and his wife, Wilo, left Dinsor, Somalia "because of the war, and the hunger. We are farmers and have not planted crops in 2 years. Our cows could not graze because of the drought. Six died and we sold the last five for $8.00 each. 2 years ago we would have gotten $150.00 each for them. We used the money from the sale to flee to Kenya. Al Shabaab is arresting people who seek aid so there are no agencies in our area. We are from the bush and could avoid the the worst of the war but now to survive you need the town and the town means war," said Dugow, in Dagahaley camp near Dadaab, Kenya.