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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: Yemeni women with their children waiting for screening at the Al Sabeen maternal hospital where WFP provides plumpy sup and supercereal to treat moderate acute malnutrition.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: Ali's mother. Ali (not visible in this Photo) is 5 years old and also suffers from severe iron deficiency. These children are depressed and never smile or laugh, a symptom of this type of severe malnutrition – skin becomes dry and the face is like this but not healthy. His mother tells me it is a vicious circle of hunger.  She will take him home after he gets better but she has nothing to feed him. She has left her two other kids at home with their father and they did not have one spoon of rice in their home. Her husband used to work for the public sector but now he has a motorcycle and is trying to make ends meet as he is also supporting his mother and few siblings.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: Ali is 5 years old and also suffers from severe iron deficiency. These children are depressed and never smile or laugh, a symptom of this type of severe malnutrition – skin becomes dry and the face is like this but not healthy. His mother tells me it is a vicious circle of hunger.  She will take him home after he gets better but she has nothing to feed him. She has left her two other kids at home with their father and they did not have one spoon of rice in their home. Her husband used to work for the public sector but now he has a motorcycle and is trying to make ends meet as he is also supporting his mother and few siblings.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: Ali is 5 years old and also suffers from severe iron deficiency. These children are depressed and never smile or laugh, a symptom of this type of severe malnutrition – skin becomes dry and the face is like this but not healthy. His mother tells me it is a vicious circle of hunger.  She will take him home after he gets better but she has nothing to feed him. She has left her two other kids at home with their father and they did not have one spoon of rice in their home. Her husband used to work for the public sector but now he has a motorcycle and is trying to make ends meet as he is also supporting his mother and few siblings.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley visiting the the Al Sabeen maternal hospital. where WFP provides plumpy sup and supercereal to treat moderate acute malnutrition.  Ali Yakya Alim, 5 years old, is affected by severe acute malnutrition edematous which causes an excessive amount of water fluid in the tissues.  Photo: WFP/Marco Frattini
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo:  Hajjar Saleh Mohsen, 4 months old, weighs 2.3 kilos. She came all the way from Aljawf to Sana’a with her father and mother to get her treatment at Al Sabeen maternal hospital.   “She suffered from vomiting and diarrhea. We sent her to Saada  for two months but she has been deteriorating and then we brought her to the hospital here and she is slightly improving. I only have one other child. She is severely malnourished. I have very casual work and life is difficult with the war. The hospitals are weak without any capacity and the transportation is so expensive to take her from one hospital to the other. It took us many hours with this sick child to bring her to Sana’a hospital.”  Photo: WFP/Marco Frattini
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo:  Hajjar Saleh Mohsen, 4 months old, weighs 2.3 kilos. She came all the way from Aljawf to Sana’a with her father and mother to get her treatment at Al Sabeen maternal hospital.   “She suffered from vomiting and diarrhea. We sent her to Saada  for two months but she has been deteriorating and then we brought her to the hospital here and she is slightly improving. I only have one other child. She is severely malnourished. I have very casual work and life is difficult with the war. The hospitals are weak without any capacity and the transportation is so expensive to take her from one hospital to the other. It took us many hours with this sick child to bring her to Sana’a hospital.”  Photo: WFP/Marco Frattini
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley visiting the the Al Sabeen maternal hospital. where WFP provides plumpy sup and supercereal to treat moderate acute malnutrition.  Ali Yakya Alim, 5 years old, is affected by severe acute malnutrition edematous which causes an excessive amount of water fluid in the tissues.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo:  WFP Executive Director David Beasley visiting the the Al Sabeen maternal hospital. where WFP provides plumpy sup and supercereal to treat moderate acute malnutrition.  Hajjar Saleh Mohsen, 4 months old, weighs 2.3 kilos She came all the way from Aljawf to Sana’a with her father and mother to get her treatment at Al Sabeen maternal hospital.   “She suffered from vomiting and diarrhea. We sent her to Saada  for two months but she has been deteriorating and then we brought her to the hospital here and she is slightly improving. I only have one other child. She is severely malnourished. I have very casual work and life is difficult with the war. The hospitals are weak without any capacity and the transportation is so expensive to take her from one hospital to the other. It took us many hours with this sick child to bring her to Sana’a hospital.”  Photo: WFP/Marco Frattini
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley visiting the the Al Sabeen maternal hospital. where WFP provides plumpy sup and supercereal to treat moderate acute malnutrition.  Hajjar Saleh Mohsen, 4 months old, weighs 2.3 kilos. She came all the way from Aljawf to Sana’a with her father and mother to get her treatment at Al Sabeen maternal hospital. 

“She suffered from vomiting and diarrhea. We sent her to Saada  for two months but she has been deteriorating and then we brought her to the hospital here and she is slightly improving. I only have one other child. She is severely malnourished. I have very casual work and life is difficult with the war. The hospitals are weak without any capacity and the transportation is so expensive to take her from one hospital to the other. It took us many hours with this sick child to bring her to Sana’a hospital.”  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: a severely malnourished child. WFP provides plumpy sup and supercereal to treat moderate acute malnutrition at the Al Sabeen maternal hospital.  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: the girl wrapped in a blanket (zebra like) is Warda, four months and from outside of Sanaa, she only weights 2 kilograms.   WFP Executive Director David Beasley asks the doctors if she will make it and they comfort him that she has high chances. Lack of clean water and proper nutrition are pushing millions of children around Yemen into malnutrition and starvation.   ED said “Every child is precious, and I pray that this girl will survive and this vicious war will end. She is one of many children who are fighting a battle for their survival. They need our help”  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: the girl wrapped in a blanket (zebra like) is Warda, four months and from outside of Sanaa, she only weights 2 kilograms.   WFP Executive Director David Beasley asks the doctors if she will make it and they comfort him that she has high chances. Lack of clean water and proper nutrition are pushing millions of children around Yemen into malnutrition and starvation.   ED said “Every child is precious, and I pray that this girl will survive and this vicious war will end. She is one of many children who are fighting a battle for their survival. They need our help”  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley visiting the the Al Sabeen maternal hospital. where WFP provides plumpy sup and supercereal to treat moderate acute malnutrition.  The girl wrapped in a blanket (zebra like) is Warda, four months and from outside of Sanaa, she only weights 2 kilograms. The ED asks the doctors if she will make it and they comfort him that she has high chances. Lack of clean water and proper nutrition are pushing millions of children around Yemen into malnutrition and starvation.   ED said “Every child is precious, and I pray that this girl will survive and this vicious war will end. She is one of many children who are fighting a battle for their survival. They need our help”  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: the girl wrapped in a blanket (zebra like) is Warda, four months and from outside of Sanaa, she only weights 2 kilograms.   WFP Executive Director David Beasley asks the doctors if she will make it and they comfort him that she has high chances. Lack of clean water and proper nutrition are pushing millions of children around Yemen into malnutrition and starvation.   ED said “Every child is precious, and I pray that this girl will survive and this vicious war will end. She is one of many children who are fighting a battle for their survival. They need our help”  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: the girl wrapped in a blanket (zebra like) is Warda, four months and from outside of Sanaa, she only weights 2 kilograms.   WFP Executive Director David Beasley asks the doctors if she will make it and they comfort him that she has high chances. Lack of clean water and proper nutrition are pushing millions of children around Yemen into malnutrition and starvation.   ED said “Every child is precious, and I pray that this girl will survive and this vicious war will end. She is one of many children who are fighting a battle for their survival. They need our help”  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: the girl wrapped in a blanket (zebra like) is Warda, four months and from outside of Sanaa, she only weights 2 kilograms.   WFP Executive Director David Beasley asks the doctors if she will make it and they comfort him that she has high chances. Lack of clean water and proper nutrition are pushing millions of children around Yemen into malnutrition and starvation.   ED said “Every child is precious, and I pray that this girl will survive and this vicious war will end. She is one of many children who are fighting a battle for their survival. They need our help”  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: the girl wrapped in a blanket (zebra like) is Warda, four months and from outside of Sanaa, she only weights 2 kilograms.   WFP Executive Director David Beasley asks the doctors if she will make it and they comfort him that she has high chances. Lack of clean water and proper nutrition are pushing millions of children around Yemen into malnutrition and starvation.   ED said “Every child is precious, and I pray that this girl will survive and this vicious war will end. She is one of many children who are fighting a battle for their survival. They need our help”  Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: Malak, 1 year old and weighs 5 kilograms.  She is from Dhamar, a city in the southwest of Yemen. Her mother had to bring her all the way to the hospital in Sana’a and endure this long journey so that she can be treated.  She suffers from severe iron deficiency which causes the swelling of the face, legs, hands and the loss of hair. It is one of the most difficult forms of severe malnutrition to treat.   Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: Malak, 1 year old and weighs 5 kilograms.  She is from Dhamar, a city in the southwest of Yemen. Her mother had to bring her all the way to the hospital in Sana’a and endure this long journey so that she can be treated.  She suffers from severe iron deficiency which causes the swelling of the face, legs, hands and the loss of hair. It is one of the most difficult forms of severe malnutrition to treat.   Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Sana'a, 14 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley visiting the the Al Sabeen maternal hospital. where WFP provides plumpy sup and supercereal to treat moderate acute malnutrition.  Malak, 1 year old and weighs 5 kilograms.  She is from Dhamar, a city in the southwest of Yemen. Her mother had to bring her all the way to the hospital in Sana’a and endure this long journey so that she can be treated.  She suffers from severe iron deficiency which causes the swelling of the face, legs, hands and the loss of hair. It is one of the most difficult forms of severe malnutrition to treat.   Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 13 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: WFP Executive Director David Beasley visiting the WFP Office in Hodeidah.  Photo: WFP/Marco Frattini
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 13 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: Yemeni redeeming food with vouchers in Hodeidah. The food basket for family per month consists in: 50kg of wheat flour – 5 kg of pulses – 4 lt Vegetable Oil.  Photo: WFP/Marco Frattini
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 13 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: Yemeni redeeming food with vouchers in Hodeidah. The food basket for family per month consists in: 50kg of wheat flour – 5 kg of pulses – 4 lt Vegetable Oil.  Photo: WFP/Marco Frattini
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Yemen, Hodeidah, 13 November 2018  The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.  The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and causing severe hardship for millions of people. Now, almost 17.8 million people in the country are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food. Of these, 8.4 million are severely food insecure and rely entirely on external assistance. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world.  In the Photo: Yemeni redeeming food with vouchers in Hodeidah. The food basket for family per month consists in: 50kg of wheat flour – 5 kg of pulses – 4 lt Vegetable Oil.  Photo: WFP/Marco Frattini
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