The number of displaced people by the rains in Somalia has gone up by 100,000 in just one week, bringing the number to close to 650,000 people.
The heavy rains that started in October have killed over 100 people in the Horn of Africa.
Entire towns have also been cut off in parts of Kenya and Ethiopia.
The areas affected had barely recovered from the worst drought to hit the region in four decades.
As more rains are forecast, people are abandoning their homes and moving to dry land as governments and aid agencies try to reach those affected.
Produced by Esther Kahumbi.
Edited by Ameer Ahmed.