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Fama, a 16-year-old Somali refugee, writes: "When I think of my old home, I remember the war of the people that always use to fight. We don't even get break of it, I also remember the way we used to burn with our feet walking without no shoes everyday and in Kenya is always hot, sunny and sometimes raining but a lot of time is sunny. When I think of my old home, I remember my family because my Mom used to buy me everything when I done my work or if I do everything for her."

Above: Fama, a 16-year-old Somali refugee, writes: "When I think of my old home, I remember the war of the people that always use to fight. We don't even get break of it, I also remember the way we used to burn with our feet walking without no shoes everyday and in Kenya is always hot, sunny and sometimes raining but a lot of time is sunny. When I think of my old home, I remember my family because my Mom used to buy me everything when I done my work or if I do everything for her."