Somalia has been considered to be in political crisis and displacements since the collapse of the then central government in 1991. In any case, the persistent armed conflict and resultant displacements assumed divergent facets and intensity. People living along the country’s borders bore the brunt of the conflict, since many of the armed confrontations took place there. Thousands of Somali refugees fled to the neighbouring countries, with the largest number living in Dadaab Refugee Camps in Northern Kenya. Some of the factors associated with these displacements include spontaneous flare-up of armed confrontations that degenerate into a vicious cycle of violence, civil strife and famine.