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Malnourished boy in Somalia.

An unidentified severely malnourished Somali refugee child rests inside a ward at the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital at the Dagahale refugee camp in Dadaab, near the Kenya-Somalia border, July REUTERS-Thomas Mukoya

Saddest thing ever. Love the life you were given, and remember those that are less fortunate. Don't fret over the little things, appreciate life.

Two-year-old Aden Salaad looks toward his mother as she bathes him in a tub at a Doctors Without Borders hospital, Kenya.

We cry..hope...pray....but human do the first thing first to kill us....than help us.....

This picture makes my heart ache, I would love to be able to help the needy in a different country some day!

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Dadaab refugee camp

A young Somali boy and his nomadic family fled Bardere, Somalia to Kenya in May 2011 because of hunger, drought and war. They traveled 32 days by foot and donkey cart relying on the kindness of people.

Somalia continues to make progress in its recovery from the 2011 famine, but some 870,000 people - most of them internally displaced persons (IDPs) - are predicted to require food assistance up to December 2013, according to new data from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU) for Somalia.

Food security gains in Somalia “fragile”

Dadaab refugee camp - Photos - The Big Picture - Boston.com

Dadaab refugee camp

Chez Chiara: Ramadan and the 2011 Somalia Famine: A Great Need for Zakat, Sadaqa, Charity; A Reluctant Response

Thousand of families in Somalia were forced to flee their homes and settle in overcrowded camps. CISP provides them with water and food, assist their malnourished children with nutrition and health support, support their children to go to school and play in safe spaces, provides psychosocial support to women and children who have suffered from abuse

Thousand of families in Somalia were forced to flee their homes and settle in overcrowded camps. CISP provides them with water and food, assist their malnourished children with nutrition and health support, support their children to go to school and play in safe spaces, provides psychosocial support to women and children who have suffered from abuse

AJIEP, SUDAN: A young malnourished boy uses uses a tree to stand up 16 July at a feeding centre in the town of Ajiep, in the Bahr El Ghazal region of Southern Sudan. The famine situation is worsening in the region and the Sudanese government agreed 17 July to extend its one-month cease-fire for a further two months to facilitate aid operations. The UN World Food Program, who estimates that 1.2 million southern Sudanese are at high risk of starvation, is using the opportunity to fly in much…

AJIEP, SUDAN: A young malnourished boy uses uses a tree to stand up 16 July at a feeding centre in the town of Ajiep, in the Bahr El Ghazal region of Southern Sudan.

.why I won't let my kids use the phrase "I'm starving"

A woman in Baioa, Somalia makes her way to a feeding station during the famine in By Robert Caputo, National Geographic August

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