Nearly half of Yemen’s population, 13.5 million people, are struggling to get enough food, according to the United Nations.
Six years into a war that has killed hundreds of thousands of people, Yemen faces rising rates of hunger, leaving kids vulnerable to disease and starvation.
Asked if her family had enough to eat, Iman Murshid replied, “Sometimes we have enough, sometimes we don’t.”. I personally think it shouldn’t be that way. I compare her situation to the issues in more developed countries (like the white rule at Wimbledon) with a critic eye. Kids should be embraced mostly with rejoice and pleasant fantasies. Landscapes of real unicorns and mermaids are the place I dream of. However, in this world there is room for everything: the good, the bad, the middle point, and even the joke. And there is a chance to take the best side of the cake. 👍🏻
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