These two disabled children lost their father in the recent fighting in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu. They have left a camp in the city to one near Afgooye, 30km west.
Thousands, including these orphans, have descended on towns outside the capital - fleeing battles between insurgents and Ethiopian-backed troops, looking for shelter and food.
In Ceelasha Biyaha, 20km from Mogadishu, a woman's group distributes aid. This woman, who lost her husband in the violence, is given cash to help look after her five children.
This family, 22km from Mogadishu in Lafoole, are living in the open air as they cannot find shelter. There are reports that some families are being charged for shaded areas.
Aid agencies are having difficulties delivering food because of insecurity. Here, at Elasha camp, a displaced boy and his brother wait for trucks to arrive...
... Last week, the UN estimated aid was only reaching 60,000 people out of the 365,000 displaced.
This week, some are tentatively returning to Mogadishu after 10 days of fighting, which was the worst the battle-scarred city experienced in 16 years of war.
These school girls went back to class on Monday as African Union peacekeepers began patrolling the streets.