43,891 civilians killed, injured by coalition in Yemen during 2,300 days: Statistic
SANAA, Jul. 12 (YPA) – The Humanity Eye Center for Rights and Development revealed, in a recent statistic, that about 43,891 Yemeni citizens were killed and injured during 2,300 days of the Saudi-led coalition’s war on Yemen.
According to the center’s statistic, the number of martyrs amounted to 17,176 citizens, while the number of wounded reached more than 26,715 citizens.
The statistic elaborated that the number of child martyrs reached 3,842 martyrs and more than 4,225 wounded, and the number of martyrs from women reached more than 2,400 and over 2,832 wounded, while the number of martyrs from civilian men reached 10,934 and more than 19,658 wounded.
With regard to infrastructure, in 2,300 days, the coalition destroyed 15 airports, 16 ports, 308 power stations and generators, 553 telecom stations and networks, 2,397 water tanks and networks, 1983 government facilities, and 5,224 roads and bridges.
As for the economic facilities, the coalition destroyed, within 2,300 days, 396 factories, 352 fuel tankers, 11,479 commercial facilities, and 423 chicken and livestock farms, in addition to the destruction of more than 7,945 means of transportation, 472 fishing boats, 931 food stores, 397 fuel stations, 685 markets and 858 food trucks.
During the same period, the coalition also destroyed 575,353 homes, 179 university facilities, 1,446 mosques, and 369 tourist facilities, 391 hospitals and medical centers, 1,110 schools and educational centers, 135 sports facilities, 248 archaeological sites, 49 media facilities, and 7,733 agricultural facilities.