2000-Day of war on Yemen…Thousands of Children, Women Killed

coalition's airstrikes destroyed and damaged 15 airports, 16 sea ports, 304 electric stations and generators, and 537 networks and communication stations.

The Saudi-led coalition killed and injured 43181 Yemeni citizens, 16978 of them were killed, 3790 of which are children and 2381 are women, Eye of Humanity Center for Rights and Development said.

According to the center’s monitoring unit, the Saudi war against Yemen caused injuries to 26203 citizens, including 4089 children and 2780 women.

The number of destroyed and damaged facilities reached 9135 facilities, it added.

It stated that the coalition’s airstrikes destroyed and damaged 15 airports, 16 sea ports, 304 electric stations and generators, and 537 networks and communication stations.

The aerial attacks deliberately destroyed and targeted 2098 reservoirs and water networks, and 1965 governmental facilities and 2200 roads and bridges, the statistics showed.

The statement pointed out that the civilian homes that were destroyed and damaged as a result of the war amounted to 565973 houses, in addition to 576528 service facilities.

It indicated that the Saudi-led war destroyed 176 university facilities, 1375 mosques, 365 tourist facilities and 389 hospitals and health facilities.

The Eye of Humanity Center confirmed that the Saudi war against Yemen targeted and destroyed 1095 schools and educational centers, 6732 agricultural fields, 132 sports facilities, 244 archaeological sites and 47 media facilities.

The number of destroyed and damaged economic establishments in 2000 days reached 22,404 economic establishments, including 392 factories, 286 fuel carriers, 11227 commercial establishments and 407 poultry farms, According to the Center’s statement.

The statement stated that 2000 days of war deliberately destroyed 6,899 transportation vehicles, 463 fishing boats, 884 food stores, 391 fuel stations, 672 markets and 783 food trucks.

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