Most of the children and their families in the camp have escaped conflict in neighbouring Burundi, where violence has been steadily rising for years.
The UK’s compassion plays a vital role in improving the lives of families in and out of refugee camps all over the world.
Between April 2015 and March 2018 UK aid reached nearly 27 million people, including at least 8 million women and girls, with humanitarian assistance.
The Department for International Development (DFID) is working closely with the United Nations to develop longer term and more sustainable support for refugees.
This work aims to provide jobs, education and better services for refugees themselves and the communities that host them.