Meet the Yemeni boy showing the world why we must stop the country from falling into famine

Hassan Merzam Muhammad pictured receiving medical attention by a doctor due to being severely malnourished.

Hassan Merzam Muhammad is one of millions of children in Yemen who are severely malnourished. Image: REUTERS/Eissa Alragehi

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A photohraph showing ten year old Hassan who is severely malnourished
In July, Hassan weighed just 9 kilos. Image: REUTERS/Eissa Alragehi
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