As thousands of Somalis fleeing famine and conflict pour into an aid camp across the border in Ethiopia, medical staff struggle to cope with the needs of expectant mothers and newly born babies.
10:42AM BST 11 Aug 2011
The Kobe refugee camp has been constructed in the Ethiopian border town of Dola Ado to offer shelter and support to the the thousands of Somalis who are walking hundreds of miles from southern Somalia to escape famine and drought.
"I deliver at least one baby a day here in this clinic and we also provide antenatal services to between six to seven mothers a day,” said Henock Girma, a nurse with Medecins Sans Frontieres.
3.7 million Somalis are at risk of starvation as drought and famine hit the southern part of the country.