The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has warned that the ongoing Saudi-coalition war against impoverished Yemen is about to deprive a whole generation of children of education this year.
The result of this hostile corrupted human engineering scam would likely put these children @ greater risk of being married off or recruited as child soldiers to fight as terrorists in the ongoing Middle Eastern Wars.
According to UNICEF, about three quarters of Yemeni teachers had not received their salaries, which may in turn leave up to 4.5 million children incapable of finishing the school year. At the moment 166.000 teachers in the war thorn country have not received a salary since October 2016.
The economic crisis began after ousted president Mansur Hadi, a staunch ally of the Saudi regime, moved the country’s central bank from Sana’a to the Saudi occupied Yemeni port city Aden.
Money is become the backbone of life, and without it no one can life a ‘normal’ life, causing suffering and more impoverishment. The UN finally announced that it would hold a high level pledging event for the current humanitarian crisis in Yemen, co-hosted by Switzerland and Sweden on April 25, 2017.
A the moment 18.8 million Yemeni war victims are in dire need of humanitarian protection and assistance. Since March 2015, Yemen has been heavily bombarded by Saudi warplanes as part of a brutal military campaign against the elected government in the country in an attempt to reinstall Hadi and crush the Houthi freedom fighters.
Over the past two years, Yemen’s Houhti authorities have been trying to run state affairs in order to defend the Arab nation against the hostile Saudi military campaign. Yemen has fallen victim to Saudi Zionists and their terror headquarters in Tel-Aviv.
Unfortunately the UN puppets support Israel and the USA, doing the genocide in the Palestinian occupied territories and in Syria, while the Saudi Arabia is taking care of the holocaust in Yemen, because the UN does nothing to stop it, only providing the world with fake news.
PressTV / AA Magnum News 2017.