People in the Kenyan town of Nakuru have been fleeing with whatever they can carry after homes were burned to the ground in two days of tribal violence.
More than 600 people have been killed countrywide in the unrest triggered by December's disputed presidential election.
Rival gangs of young men armed with machetes, metal bars and bows and arrows are stalking parts of the Rift Valley area.
Some 250,000 people have been driven from their homes since the disputed election.
Former UN head Kofi Annan visited the Nakuru area on Saturday and condemned the "gross and systematic abuses of human rights" in Kenya.
Some Nakuru residents have sought refuge in Nairobi, where they are reliant on food handouts from the World Food Programme.
A young boy collects grain that fell off a World Food Programme truck. There are fears Kenya's ethnic violence could escalate into a humanitarian disaster.