Transcript for A Cry for Help
A cry for help we've been reporting on here. It was this past summer ABC news was the first to bring you reports from the greatest famine in a generation. At the time the pictures were typical to see and while they're still so much suffering tonight a powerful. And welcome update. This past summer security to parents the mothers -- their children 100 miles to save them from famine in Africa that long journey. Somalia to Kenya. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- At the time Doctors Without Borders a lot of cameras into their intensive care unit. That pediatric surgeon from Illinois he seemed like this before and -- There was that Beatty struck us while we could only see the outline of -- fragile -- -- skin hanging. The hospital director emphatic that he saw something else a miracle in progress but -- -- sitting up. For the first time -- at Pegasus. It -- -- -- Thursday. And you could say that she's going to be six. All because of that simple supplement may subpoena to -- -- It's part of the world this tiny packet is an entire meal and tonight for months later another sign remarkable proof to those mini mills can bring babies back. 7 month old harsh for a admitted to the international rescue -- hospital in July. He was dying -- a little more than six pounds and this is mean harsh today little more than seventeen pounds now smiling. It's always his family. We love seeing that update so many of you responded a few months ago donating -- to 200000 dollars after watching the broadcasts here but 400000 of those peanut packets. You can still help abcnews.com. Slash --
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