An Indian child’s upper arm is measured to check the severity of malnutrition. Though malnutrition affects millions of people, especially children, there is still much that is unknown about it, a medical manager says, but what is known is that most people suffering from malnutrition die from disease or infection rather than starvation itself.
(Photo by Russell Watkins/Department for International Development) Photo used under CC BY
A man uses a donkey to transport grain from a market in Keren, Eritrea. The UN chief started his ominous address to the General Assembly by sounding a note of hope, as he showed a photo of the first UN-chartered ship carrying grain from Ukraine to the Horn of Africa, where millions of people are on the edge of famine.
(Photo by David Stanley) Photo used under CC BY
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