“Houthi” committed thousands of violations against the children of Hajour

The Yemeni Network of Rights and Freedoms revealed that the Huthi militias have committed thousands of violations, war crimes and crimes against humanity in the areas of Hajour in Hajjah province.

The network also considered that the international community, the United Nations and its envoy to Yemen are absent from the roles expected of them.

In its details, the network said it monitored more than 11,000 human rights violations in the Hajour tribal areas of Hajjah province in northwestern Yemen by al-Houthi militias between January and April of the same year.

According to the report, the violations varied between murder, physical assaults, arrests, abduction and forced disappearances, forced displacement , as well as the destruction of homes and private property, violations of children’s rights and the right to education.

The network’s field team documented more than 120 killings by Iranian-backed terrorist groups.

The team also documented over 640 cases, 25 cases of torture and ill-treatment of detainees, and more than 350 arbitrary arrests.

the team monitored more than 109 cases of closure of educational schools, occupying 20 schools and turning them into military barracks for Houthi militias.

UNICEF distributes financial aid to 9 million Yemenis

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The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has distributed some $ 45 million as emergency cash assistance to 9 million Yemenis .

In the fifth disbursement cycle, UNICEF emergency cash assistance has been provided to some 9 million people across Yemen to help meet their urgent needs as the conflict enters its fifth year,” the organization said in a statement on Wednesday. .

The disbursement of cash transfers from 16 June to 15 July 2019 is part of the fifth disbursement cycle of the emergency cash transfers project.

The disbursement takes place on a quarterly basis. The average family gets about US $ 30 to be paid in Yemeni riyals to help them manage their most urgent needs, the statement said.

The  emergency cash transfers in Yemen started in August 2017 to provide cash

assistance to 1.5 million families from the most vulnerable households.

For the fifth year in a row, Yemen is witnessing a war between pro-government forces and Huthi militants accused of receiving Iranian support and controlling the provinces, including the capital Sanaa since September 2014.

Since March 2015, an Arab military alliance led by Saudi Arabia has supported government forces in the face of the Huthis.

The fighting raged in Yemen on 30 fronts, killing 70,000

people, since the beginning of 2016, according to estimates of UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Mark Lokoc, during a briefing to the Security Council on 17 June 2019.

UAE red crescent collect toys for children of Yemen

UAE Red Crescent Society, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, participated in the The implementation of the humanitarian initiative launched by the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood two weeks ago to collect toys from UAE children’s donations to their Yemeni children.

Al-Reem Abdullah Al-Falasi, Secretary General of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, said that this initiative, which was directed by Her Highness Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak, President of the General Women’s Union and Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, was the highest response of UAE children and community institutions.

She added that

the game collection boxes are spread in front of malls and malls across the country and thousands of games have been collected for this purpose

Pointing out that the Emirates Red Crescent Authority Al Ain branch responded to this humanitarian initiative and started today in cooperation with the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood and urged children to collect games.

She pointed out that a fund was set up in front of Al Jimi Mall in Al Ain for the children to buy games and donate them to their brothers, children of Yemen through the initiative, which continues until next Thursday and aims in cooperation with the Red Crescent to collect seven tons of games in Al Ain.

For her part, WadimaJuma Al Darmaki, member of the Advisory Council for Children, said that this initiative comes in accordance with the directives of Her Highness Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak to introduce

the joy and joy of the children of Yemen and their participation in Eid celebrations by donating children and citizens with their games in the designated boxes in front of Al Jimi Mall.

She pointed out that this initiative is in coordination with the UAE Red Crescent in Al Ain. It is worth noting that this humanitarian initiative comes in the year of tolerance and achieves the noble goals of Emirati children, citizens and residents, in support of their Yemeni children.

This initiative was launched two weeks ago in a number of emirates and aims to collect as many games as possible and transfer them by special plane to the children of Yemen where a delegation of UAE children will go to distribute the games to their brothers in Yemen to express their love and appreciation and alleviate them in the circumstances experienced by their country

Houthi mines paint on the bodies of children in Yemen

Yemen has become a jungle..a seven-year-old boy contemplating his father and uncle uttering their last breath while his younger brother struggles to survive after a mine exploded , this is what the houthis made of yemen ! even when they leave a place , their monstrosity stay.

Houthi mines have torn Yemen, disrupted its blood, and shed the blood of its sons.They are known to sacrifice everyone in order to survive and achieve their goal even when they are forced to withdraw from any location they live their mines back to finish the job .

The minefield discovered near the Red Sea Mills in the eastern neighborhoods of Hodeidah is an example of the Huthi dynasty, where the engineering teams of the Joint Resistance dismantled the largest regular minefield of more than 2 square kilometers, extending from the northwestern outskirts of the Masna to the asphalt line In front of the Red Sea Mills.

The field includes more than 2000 mines, varying between individual and anti-armor mines. It is a regular field type, planted in straight lines and in two rows, ensuring that the militias cover gaps in the entire target area.

The joint resistance engineering expert confirmed that 132 mines had been dismantled and demilitarized, but that clearing the field completely would take a lot of time and effort.

In fact, it has destroyed this country and led to the worst humanitarian crisis in the world and pushed it to the brink of destruction. It has not only killed but has prevented Yemenis from harvesting crops and pulling out clean water they desperately need, And civilians suffering from hunger and disease.

The story of the nine-year-old samiraAbdullah narrows the tragedies of thousands of victims who have been forcibly robbed of their lives and those who have lost parts of their bodies as a result of a mine explosion.

The tragedy of Samira began when she crossed one of the farms of the Directorate of DurahmiMumtatJamla, the second her leg hit the mine it exploded, which led to the death of the camel she was riding and the injury of the girl. Samira Mahi is a model for thousands of Yemeni mines victims, mostly women and children.

The rebels are practicing a policy of killing people and destroying

The war ends but its seeds remains hidden under sand, stones and houses. This is what happened in many countries and what will happen in Yemen. This geographical area is surrounded by many mines left behind by the Huthi militias, making it a nightmare and hell to liv in yeemen

Two children killed in YEMEN in a Houthi bombing on civilian houses

Two children were killed and their mother wounded by a houthibombing late on Saturday in the southern Yemeni city of Taiz.

According to local sources, a shell fired by al-Houthi militia in the Dar al-Nasr area in Saber al-Mu’amad, partially destroyed the house of Mohammed Ahmed Said, killing his two daughters and injuring his wife.

Medical sources confirmed the arrival of two dead children Hiba Mohammed Ahmed (6 years) and Hiam Mohammed Ahmed (8 years) to a hospital in the city, while Musk Saeed Mohammed injured , with several wounds in her body.

Yemeni activists on social media posted pictures of one of the two children,Stressing the continuing violations of Houthi crimes in Taiz.

Al-Huthi militias have stepped up raids and bombardments on residential neighborhoods in the city of Taiz, which has been besieged for four years now and keep on committing abuses and war crimes against civilians.

Houthis take advantage of summer holidays to encourage children to fight and kill through sectarian centers

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Yemeni educational sources said that the leaders of the Houthi militias imposed on principals of schools and education offices in Sana’a and the nearby areas under their control the opening of summer centers to attract
children and teach them methods of fighting to attract children to join the fighting fronts.
The Houthi militia has established what it called “summer centers”, claiming that its goal is to “exploit students’ leisure time and their summer vacation in learning the Koran.” However, it is most likely that the aim of these centers is to brainwash the children and prepare them to the fronts.
Yemeni Information Minister Muammar al-Iryani warned of the use of the Huthi militia for the summer camps in their areas and turning them into closed camps to attract children and mobilize them with extremist ideas and train
them to fight.
“The information confirms that some of what the militia calls” summer centers are closed terrorist camps and co-managed by Iranian experts to train children on light and medium weapons and push them on the fronts of fighting and the dissemination of extremist ideas on Yemen, “he said.
Al-Eryani pointed out that the Houthi militia resorted to the recruitment of children in the so-called “summer centers” to compensate for human losses on the fronts of fighting, especially with the reluctance of tribesmen to join the ranks after being exposed to the fact that it is an arm managed by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. He called on parents in areas controlled by the Huthi militia not to leave their children between the hands of militias to be used as fuel to their battles.
He also called on the international community, the United Nations, human rights and child protection organizations to take action to “stop these crimes and not leave the children of Yemen at the mercy of the Huthi militia and allow them to tamper with children.”
The Houthis centers are a summer holiday for school children between the ages of 6 and 16, an important season for recruitment, especially with the crisis of fighters faced by the Huthi militia after losing their human
stockpiles in battles on different fronts.
The establishment of these centers is followed by the attention of the Huthi leaders, including the militia leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi, who called on parents to push their children to join these centers.

UNICEF and Saudi Arabia extend vaccination program in Yemen

UNICEF and Saudi Arabia extend vaccination program in Yemen

UNICEF and Saudi Arabia’s relief organization have prolonged a vaccination initiative for Yemeni children for another six months.

Greater than 12 million children in Yemen are desperate for aid, and 360, 000 of these under the age of five are severely malnourished, based on Unicef.

Under the contract between King Salman Relief Centre and Unicef, 1 .14m children are anticipated to be vaccinated, the center stated on Twitter.

The deal was cosigned by KSRelief Assistant General Ahmed bin Ali Al Bayez and Unicef’s regional chief, Eltayeb Adam.

“The project will lead to vaccinate children under the age of five and one, along with training nearly 2, 000 health practitioners, and 50 health supervisors,” Mr. Adam said.

It goals to improve vaccination solutions at fixed and mobile health treatment centers around the country to prevent nine diseases.

The two humanitarian agencies will conduct 600 field visits included in the agreement.

Four years of combating between the Iran-backed Houthi rebels along with the internationally-recognized government of Abdrabu Mansur Hadi has left the already impoverished world facing a dire humanitarian situation.

Practically half of Yemen’s health facilities are not useful due to staff shortages insufficient supplies, inability to meet operational costs or limited access, Unicef stated last month.

“Those health clinics that are running face severe shortages in medicine, and also equipment, putting lives at risk,” Unicef stated.

This year, UNICEF, appealed for $542 million ( Dh1 .99 billion ) to keep on filling up the massive needs of children in Yemen.

“The impact of the conflict in Yemen runs deep and also has not spared a single child. Mind-boggling violence in the last four years , high levels of poverty ; and decades of conflicts , neglect and deprivation are putting a heavy strain on Yemeni society , tearing aside its social fabric , fundamental for any society and also especially for children ,” Geert Cappelaere, Unicef’s Regional Director for the Middle East and also North Africa, stated this year.

The UAE, which facilitates the Yemeni government, has pledged over $4bn in assistance over the past three years.

Sanitary crisis In Yemen, the cholera epidemic doubles in intensity

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On-site NGOs report more than 2,000 new cases of cholera every day in Yemen. A quarter of those affected are children under five.
Since 2016, war-ravaged Yemen has been facing a terrible cholera epidemic. And since the beginning of 2019, the health situation of the country has further worsened.
Yemen is facing a large-scale resurgence of cholera, with more than 137,000 suspected cases and nearly 300 deaths in the first three months of the year.
The cholera epidemic has worsened even more recently, with more than 2,000 new suspected cases every day, “twice as much as at the beginning of the year” . one of the main concerns of the NGOs on the ground is a quarter of those affected are children under five.
The proliferation of this water-borne disease has been
compounded by the destruction of the Yemeni health system in a country where 17.8 million people lack access to clean water and sanitation. “
The figures are close to Yemen’s cholera epidemic in 2017 with one million cases reported, compared with 371,000 last year.
The fighting in the country does not end and millions of people suffer from lack of food and medical care,Yemen is on the verge of starvation.