A malnourished child cries at the malnutrition treatment ward of al-Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen October 27, 2020. Parts of Yemen are suffering record levels of acute child malnutrition, with nearly 100,000 children now at risk of dying, heightening warnings that the country is approaching a dire food security crisis, a U.N. report and officials said. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

A man holds his malnourished son at a malnutrition treatment ward of al-Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen October 27, 2020. Drivers of malnutrition in Yemen worsened in 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic, economic decline, floods, escalating armed conflict and significant underfunding of this year's global appeal for aid to Yemen have raised the spectre of widespread severe hunger or even famine after almost six years of war. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

A nurse holds a malnourished girl at a malnutrition treatment wart of al-Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen October 27, 2020. Cases of children with severe acute malnutrition - the life-threatening form - rose by 15.5% to 98,000, and at least a quarter-million pregnant or breastfeeding women need malnutrition treatment. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

A woman holds her malnourished daughter at a malnutrition treatment ward of al-Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen October 27, 2020. The United Nations describes Yemen as the world's largest humanitarian crisis, with 80% of the population reliant on humanitarian aid. U.N. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

A woman uses a syringe to feed her malnourished daughter at a malnutrition treatment ward of al-Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen October 27, 2020. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

A malnourished girl looks as she lies on a bed at the malnutrition treatment ward of al-Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen October 27, 2020. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah