A newly arrived Somali refugee girl waits to be registered by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees at Dagahaley camp in Dadaab in Kenya's northeastern province, June 8, 2009. Weeks of intense fighting in Somalia has driven tens of thousands of people from their homes, swelling camps on the Kenyan border that are already the largest and oldest in the world, sheltering more than 270,000 Somali refugees.

Somali refugee women bring their infants for supplemental food distribution at a clinic run by the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres at Dagahaley camp in Dadaab in Kenya's northeastern province, June 8 2009.

Somali refugee Ali Mohammed Hassan, 60, sits in his mud shelter at Dagahaley camp in Dadaab in Kenya's northeastern province, June 6, 2009. Hassan, who fled violence in Somalia, said he suffers from depression and despair. Rival Islamist groups battled for a central Somali town on Friday, killing at least 56 fighters, while the number of new refugees from a month of fighting in the capital Mogadishu neared 100,000. Somalia's insurgency is the latest cycle of violence in 20 years of conflict in the Horn of Africa nation

A Somali refugee girl waits to be fingerprinted by the United Nations High Commission of Refugees at Dagahaley camp in Dadaab in Kenya's northeastern province June 3, 2009.

Somali refugee Sahro Asad Hassan, 19, holds her newborn infant Anzal Mohammed in the maternity ward in a health clinic at Dagahaley camp in Dadaab in Kenya's northeastern province, June 8 2009.

Cheikh Mukhtar carries the body of 20-month-old Anfac Anwar Mohammed across the family compound minutes after she died from starvation at Dagahaley camp in Dadaab in Kenya's northeastern province June 5 2009.

Somali refugees watch the burial of 20-month-old Anfac Anwar Mohammed, who died from starvation at Dagahaley camp in Dadaab in Kenya's northeastern province, June 5, 2009. Battles between Islamist rebels and the government in Mogadishu as well as famine have driven hundreds of thousands of Somalis across the border into northern Kenya. They have swelled the more than 1 million internal refugees in Somalia, which aid agencies say has one of the world's worst -- and most neglected -- humanitarian crises.

A Somali refugee girl holds an empty cup while waiting to be registered by the United Nations High Commission of Refugees at Dagahaley camp in Dadaab in Kenya's northeastern province, June 3 2009.