41,476 Yemenis have been killed or injured, including 4,220 children and 3,039 women since the start of the Saudi-led coalition war on Yemen in 2015.
More than 16,000 Yemenis have been killed and 25,401 more injured, a rights NGO said
In a report released on Sunday, Yemen’s Legal Center for Rights and Development, an independent monitoring group, put the civilian death toll in the war-torn country at 16,075 involve 3,931 children and 2,462 women.
Recounting the damage to Yemen’s infrastructure, the center said Saudi strikes have raised more than 428,828 houses, 953 mosques, 344 hospitals and medical centers, 914 schools, 41 media centers, 15 airports, 14 ports, 76 educational centers, 130 sports centers, and 219 ancient monuments.
It showed that the war also caused, in five years, the destruction of 739 water tanks and water networks, 442 networks and communication stations, two thousand, 700 bridges and roads, thousand and 832 government installations, 193 stations and electricity generators.
The statistic stated that the Saudi-led coalition targeted 953 mosques, 360 tourist establishments, 344 hospitals and health facilities, 130 sports facilities and 914 schools and institutes, and it caused the destruction of 41 media facilities, 76 university facilities, 219 archaeological landmarks, four thousand and 134 agricultural fields.
The report showed damage to economic facilities. Noting that the aggression destroyed 355 factories, 370 fuel stations, 652 commercial markets, 266 fuel tankers, seven thousand and 819 commercial facilities, four thousand and 199 transportation, 774 food stores, 349 chicken and livestock farms, 642 food trucks and 454 fishing boats.