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UNICEF: 60,000 Children are deprived of Education in Yemen

According to koodakpress، The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said in a recent report from Yemen that 60,000 Yemeni students in the province of al-Hadida stayed away from education. UNICEF reports that one-third of the schools in al-Hadidah province in the west are closed due to conflict and conflict. Earlier, UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle […]

According to koodakpress، The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said in a recent report from Yemen that 60,000 Yemeni students in the province of al-Hadida stayed away from education.

UNICEF reports that one-third of the schools in al-Hadidah province in the west are closed due to conflict and conflict.
Earlier, UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa, Grete Kuplayer, warned that the country had become a hellish for Yemeni children, and expressed concern over the continuing violence and violence in Yemen, in addition to armed conflicts, Malnutrition and preventable diseases have also plagued thousands of Yemeni children.
Al-Hadidah is located 265 kilometers from Sana’a, the capital of Yemen, and the gateway to import more than 70 percent of international aid and supplies to this war-torn country to meet the needs of the people.
The United Nations World Food Program warned of Saudi al-Qaeda’s attack on Yemeni port of al-Hadida, announcing that the activities of the major harbor of al-Hadidah in the past two weeks were due to the refusal of shipping companies to dispatch shipping and food ships due to insecurity Recent, has dropped by almost half.
According to experts, Saudi Arabia, like the Zionist regime, is not bound to comply with human rights norms in pursuit of its goals and policies.
The aggressive Saudi coalition has tens of thousands of Yemenis, tens of thousands of children, Yemeni women, men, young people, and Yemeni people since 2015, destroying a large portion of its state-owned and private vital infrastructure and infrastructure, owing to the neglect of the international community.

 

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