Twin sisters Toma and Faltouma are 10 months old. They live in Chad, where drought has led to a severe food shortage. At their age they should be getting plenty of nutritious food to grow and develop.
Instead, like millions of children around the world, they often have to go to bed hungry, and are malnourished.
Luckily, Toma and Faltouma have been able to get help at a UNICEF supported health centre. These photos tell the story of how they received the urgent treatment they needed.
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Toma, 10 months old, has her arm measured while her older sister Aljema holds her. This helps doctors check whether Toma is growing properly.