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Tue - 08 Jan 2019 - 04:14 PM ،،،


What is it like to be a child in a country where more than 22 million people need humanitarian assistance?

 "War separated me from my father, school, friends, brothers and my married sisters. We can't go back to Hodeidah, because we don't have the money to travel," Malak tells videographer Reem Al Shara'abi, before dissolving into tears.

Five months after being forced from their home, she and her mother are living in a small room in another family's house in Sana'a. They sell potatoes to earn a living. "Everything is expensive. If I want something, I can't buy it. We can't buy my mother's diabetes medicine. I wish that my country gets back to the way it was."