In parts of Tigray, people now eat only green leaves for days.
In parts of Tigray, people now eat only green leaves for days.
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Source: Tigray TV

In this photo provided anonymously, a severely malnourished child is treated in an intensive care unit at the Ayder Referral Hospital, where medicines have almost run out and hospital staffers haven't been paid since June, in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia in Sept. 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (UGC via AP)
In this photo provided anonymously, a severely malnourished child is treated in an intensive care unit at the Ayder Referral Hospital, where medicines have almost run out and hospital staffers haven’t been paid since June, in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia in Sept. 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia’s government in June imposed what the U.N. calls “a de facto humanitarian aid blockade.” (UGC via AP) https://bit.ly/3BQCWKQ
In this photo provided anonymously, a newborn baby weighing just 800 grams (1.7 lbs) is treated in a clinic before dying shortly after he was born along with his malnourished mother on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (UGC via AP)
In this photo provided anonymously, a newborn baby weighing just 800 grams (1.7 lbs) is treated in a clinic before dying shortly after he was born along with his malnourished mother on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia’s government in June imposed what the U.N. calls “a de facto humanitarian aid blockade.” (UGC via AP) https://bit.ly/3BQCWKQ
In this photo provided anonymously, a severely malnourished child is seen at the Ayder Referral Hospital, where medicines have almost run out and hospital staffers haven't been paid since June, in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia in September 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia's government in June imposed what the U.N. calls "a de facto humanitarian aid blockade." (UGC via AP)
In this photo provided anonymously, a severely malnourished child is seen at the Ayder Referral Hospital, where medicines have almost run out and hospital staffers haven’t been paid since June, in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia in September 2021. For months, the United Nations has warned of famine in Tigray and now internal documents and witness accounts reveal the first starvation deaths since Ethiopia’s government in June imposed what the U.N. calls “a de facto humanitarian aid blockade.” (UGC via AP) https://bit.ly/3BQCWKQ
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Haftom Hailay receives care at Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekelle [Courtesy Al Jazeera]
Haftom Hailay receives care at Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekelle [Courtesy Al Jazeera] https://bit.ly/3vf4W8t
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Letebrhan Desaley holds her malnourished baby, while the child receives oxygen at Ayder Hospital. “There was no food so we couldn’t give the baby food,” she says. “My breasts were dry.” They have been in the hospital for six weeks, but her baby, who suffers from severe malnutrition, epilepsy, and meningitis, has not improved. PHOTOGRAPH BY LYNSEY ADDARIO https://bit.ly/3aJ2QUY
In this photo provided anonymously, Rahwa Mehari, 4, who first suffered from malnutrition according to her father and medical records show then developed a cerebral tuberculoma, is treated at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Her father Mehari Tesfa, from the Kilte Awulaelo district, says he has not been able to farm or feed his family since Eritrean troops stole his water pump and generator during the war. (AP Photo)
In this photo provided anonymously, Rahwa Mehari, 4, who first suffered from malnutrition according to her father and medical records show then developed a cerebral tuberculoma, is treated at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Her father Mehari Tesfa, from the Kilte Awulaelo district, says he has not been able to farm or feed his family since Eritrean troops stole his water pump and generator during the war. (AP Photo) https://bit.ly/2YRviBi
In this photo provided anonymously, Mearag Michiele, 2, from Adigrat, is treated for malnutrition at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. In the regional capital Mekele, a year of war and months of government-enforced deprivation have left the city of a half-million people with a rapidly shrinking stock of food, fuel, medicine and cash. (AP Photo)
In this photo provided anonymously, Mearag Michiele, 2, from Adigrat, is treated for malnutrition at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. In the regional capital Mekele, a year of war and months of government-enforced deprivation have left the city of a half-million people with a rapidly shrinking stock of food, fuel, medicine and cash. (AP Photo) https://bit.ly/2YRviBi
In this photo provided anonymously, Genet Mehari, 5, is treated for malnutrition but with limited medicine, at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. In the regional capital Mekele, a year of war and months of government-enforced deprivation have left the city of a half-million people with a rapidly shrinking stock of food, fuel, medicine and cash. (AP Photo)
In this photo provided anonymously, Genet Mehari, 5, is treated for malnutrition but with limited medicine, at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. In the regional capital Mekele, a year of war and months of government-enforced deprivation have left the city of a half-million people with a rapidly shrinking stock of food, fuel, medicine and cash. (AP Photo) https://bit.ly/2YRviBi
In this image made from video provided anonymously, an unidentified mother and child are seen in the malnutrition ward at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. In the regional capital Mekele, a year of war and months of government-enforced deprivation have left the city of a half-million people with a rapidly shrinking stock of food, fuel, medicine and cash. (AP Photo)
In this image made from video provided anonymously, an unidentified mother and child are seen in the malnutrition ward at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. In the regional capital Mekele, a year of war and months of government-enforced deprivation have left the city of a half-million people with a rapidly shrinking stock of food, fuel, medicine and cash. (AP Photo) https://bit.ly/2YRviBi
In this photo provided anonymously, Genet Mehari, 5, is treated for malnutrition but with limited medicine, at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. In the regional capital Mekele, a year of war and months of government-enforced deprivation have left the city of a half-million people with a rapidly shrinking stock of food, fuel, medicine and cash. (AP Photo)
In this photo provided anonymously, Genet Mehari, 5, is treated for malnutrition but with limited medicine, at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021. In the regional capital Mekele, a year of war and months of government-enforced deprivation have left the city of a half-million people with a rapidly shrinking stock of food, fuel, medicine and cash. (AP Photo) https://bit.ly/2YRviBi
In this photo provided anonymously, Rahwa Mehari, 4, is comforted by her father who says she first suffered from malnutrition and medical records show then developed a cerebral tuberculoma, at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Her father Mehari Tesfa, from the Kilte Awulaelo district, says he has not been able to farm or feed his family since Eritrean troops stole his water pump and generator during the war. (AP Photo)
In this photo provided anonymously, Rahwa Mehari, 4, is comforted by her father who says she first suffered from malnutrition and medical records show then developed a cerebral tuberculoma, at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekele, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia, Monday, Oct. 4, 2021. Her father Mehari Tesfa, from the Kilte Awulaelo district, says he has not been able to farm or feed his family since Eritrean troops stole his water pump and generator during the war. (AP Photo) https://bit.ly/2YRviBi
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Read more:

Starvation kills scores of children in Tigray hospitals: survey (Yahoo News, 16 Nov 2021)

‘I just cry’: Dying of hunger in Ethiopia’s blockaded Tigray (AP, 20 Sep 2021)