As of 15 May 2017 and since December 2014, a total of 63,535 Somali refugees from Dadaab were assisted to return to Somalia, including 24,221 in 2017 alone. Returnees are mainly going back to Kismayo (87.7%), followed by Mogadishu (6.7%) and Baidoa (4.7%), all regions dramatically affected by a severe drought. Due to the existing dire conditions in areas or return, the lack of absorption capacities and the lack of reintegration support beyond the return package, there is a high likelihood that most of the returnees will head to the already overstretched and under-resourced IDP camps. The majority of the returnees are not going back ‘home’ but to urban centres. IDPs and returnees are highly vulnerable to drought due to their lack of connectedness and so difficulty to borrow and to access markets, little social cohesion and connection to host communities, part of minority clans, etc. According to UNHCR PRMN data, more than 700.000 have been displaced internally since November 2016 due to the drought. Drought turning into famine means a massive displacement crisis in the making with influx of refugees and IDPs on the top of an already dire situation with more than a 1 million IDPs and almost 1 million refugees. And contrary to 2011, Dadaab refugee camp is not an option for affected populations to seek refuge.