Malnourished boys in a malnutrition treatment centre in Sanaa, Yemen.
Photograph: Khaled Abdullah/Reuters
The Yemeni conflict has left more than half of the countrys 28 million people food insecure, with seven million of them enduring hunger, the United Nations has said.
At least 7,641 people have been killed in the conflict and millions displaced, although the total is thought to be closer to 10,000.
In August 2018, the bloodiest month of fighting so far this year, 981 civilians were killed, 300 of whom were children, according to the UNs Human Rights Office