They were all rape victims. Two of them had been gang-raped, by up to six men.
Roberta Russo from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees works with young Somali women who are victims of rape. She told me the perpetrators are all too frequently young men in the towns surrounding the camp.
The only way some of these young women can earn a few cents a day is collecting rubbish.
“The internally displaced girls often have to go far away to isolated places where men attack them,” Ms Russo tells me.
A prominent campaigner against sex attacks talked to me passionately and with commitment about the difficulties of bringing prosecutions against the perpetrators.
There are not enough police and frankly, she said, the police sometimes colluded in the attacks or carried them out themselves.
Meanwhile the UN worried about Islamophobia…