By Rebecca Ratcliffe
As a funding appeal languishes, conflict, poverty and the worst drought for a decade have left millions facing desperate hunger
Shafiqa watches closely over her six-month-old niece. Lying on a bundle of fabric, Maryam’s legs jut out, thin and pale. When they arrived at hospital two weeks ago, she could hardly breathe. Her body was swollen with malnutrition, her lips and fingers were blue.
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