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Amid Aggression, Siege… Yemen Starts New Academic Year

The new academic year began, Saturday, in primary and secondary education schools in the capital, Sana’a and all governorates, after being late due to the Coronavirus pandemic and the continued aggression against the Yemeni people.

Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education, Abdullah Al-Nami, said that the school calendar was issued based on prior coordination with the Supreme Committee for Epidemiology and the Ministry of Health.

The school year starts this year and the Yemeni people are living in bad conditions as a result of the US-Saudi aggression and siege on Yemen for six years.

Abdullah Al-Nami, stressed that in the sixth year of the aggression that systematically targeted the educational process, we are keen on continuing the educational process as a primary goal.

Last September, the Ministry of Human Rights revealed that the aggression destroyed more than 3722 educational facilities, noting that about 4,435,000 students had lost their right to education due to the aggression and blockade.


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