In the past two months since 2022, at least 47 children have been killed and injured in various parts of Yemen, UNICEF said in a statement.
The statement said that according to UN investigations, more than 10,200 children have been killed and injured since the start of the war in Yemen (seven years ago), which is probably a much higher number.
According to Russia Today, the statement said:
Violence, poverty and misery have spread in Yemen, with dire consequences for millions of children and their families, and it is time to find a lasting political solution so that the Yemenis and their children can live in the peace and security they deserve.
Since the beginning of the Saudi-led Arab League's aggression against Yemen, the health, economic, educational, etc. sectors in Yemen have been severely damaged and displaced by a large number of Yemenis, more than 3.3 million of whom live in schools and camps. It has caused the spread of infectious diseases and cholera.
More than 2,500 schools in Yemen are also unusable and used for military purposes or have become shelters for refugees.