HAJJAH – SABA
Deputy Minister of Human Rights, Majed Fadhel, said that 6000 male and female students in the liberated districts of Hajjah governorate receive their education in an environment that is not suitable for education and does not meet the lowest standards of quality or safety, after the Iranian-backed Houthi militia completely destroyed 13 schools, 6 schools partially, and two completely.
Fadhel added in a statement to Saba, "Children and women in the liberated districts (Midi, Harad, Haradh, and North Abs) suffer from malnutrition diseases and the spread of epidemics as a result of the lack of necessary care and the lack of vaccines for four years, which poses a threat to the lives of children and mothers in those areas."
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