SANA'A April 01. 2023 (Saba)- The Ministry of Education held today in Sana'a a press conference on the occasion of the anniversary of the National Day of steadfastness, entitled "Education in Yemen, eight years of steadfastness in the aggression face."
At the conference, under the slogan "God is victorious over His affairs," which was attended by the undersecretaries of the various sectors of the ministry, Abdullah Al-Naimi, the undersecretary of the education sector, praised the greatness and loftiness of the Yemeni people, their legendary steadfastness in the face of tyrants and the arrogant, displaying the most wonderful images of pride and dignity.
He touched on the pride and empowerment achieved for the Yemeni people during the eight years of aggression and the victories it achieved in various fields, referring to the ministry's tireless efforts to modernize and develop the educational process and automate tests.
Al-Nuaimi pointed out that the systematic and brutal aggression targeted the educational process in order to obstruct and stop it, which resulted in the martyrdom of hundreds of educational staff and our students, in addition to the destruction of thousands of schools and educational facilities that were forbidden by all heavenly religions and worldly laws.
While the Undersecretary of the Projects and Equipment Sector, Sadiq Al-Rasha, reviewed a detailed statistic of the destroyed and damaged schools and educational facilities in all provinces of the Republic, and the effects of this on the workforce and the students studying in them, which were included in the book issued by the Ministry entitled "Education in Yemen, eight years of steadfastness in the aggression face."
Al-Rasha, explained that the total number of schools and educational facilities destroyed and damaged by the aggression amounted to three thousand and 768 schools and educational facilities, with a number of students of one million and 926 thousand and 239 students, of which 435 were completely destroyed. 197 male and female teachers due to the interruption of their salaries.
He added, "The total number of educational facilities that were rebuilt and restored reached 384 educational facilities, of which 19 were completely destroyed and rebuilt."
resource : SABA