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Health Ministry, ICRC sign two MoUs
[19 November 2017]
President stresses need to activate local authorities in provinces, districts
[19 November 2017]
President, PM discuss latest developments at internal, external levels
[19 November 2017]
Wahj Al-Hayah launches a global awareness project to eliminate Hepatitis
[19 November 2017]
President appoints 21st Batch as single Judges
[14 November 2017]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Army kills mercenaries in Lahj
[20 November 2017]
Army targets mercenaries in Dhale
[20 November 2017]
Army attacks mercenaries sites in Baidha
[20 November 2017]
US-Saudi warplanes hit Sanaa
[20 November 2017]
Military vehicle destroyed in Nehm
[20 November 2017]
 
  Reports
Feature: Untold story on Yemen's tourism, green, peaceful city, safe home for all IDPs
[12 November 2017]
Report: 49 Yemeni civilians killed in 212 Saudi aggression airstrikes in six days
[05 April 2017]
Roundup: 1107 Saudi airstrikes kill 135 Yemeni civilians in March
[29 March 2017]
Roundup: Saudi kills 15 Yemeni civilians in 112 airstrikes on Yemen in 3 days
[25 March 2017]
Report: Saudi kills 68 in 301 airstrikes on Yemen in 7 days
[23 March 2017]
 
  International
FM meets WFP official
[03 October 2017]
FM meets Russian charge d'affaires
[03 October 2017]
Yemen strongly condemns Las Vegas terrorist attack
[03 October 2017]
Water minister meets visiting EU delegation
[17 September 2017]
President congratulates his Tajik counterpart on National Day
[08 September 2017]
  Civil Society
woman’s Education and Training
woman’s Education and Training
[22/July/2003] Woman’s education and training is still not up to the mark comparing to the man consequently woman’s qualification for the labor market and the quality of her service offer is weaker than of the man’s.

The latest outcomes of the labor force survey in 1999 showed up an improvement in the rates of illiteracy as it declined to 47.2 % from 55.9 % in 1994.

The rate of illiteracy among men reached approximately to 27.7% whereas it reached to 67.5 % among women .

In the rural regions illiteracy rate comes up to 55% of the population and the rate is higher among women since it reaches to 78.2 % against to 32.5 % among men.

There is amelioration in the averages of the girls accession to the basic education since it raised to around 64.4 % in 1999 comparing to 55% in 1994 but this rate is still lower than the boys’ s rate which reached approximately to 78.5 % while the girls’ s rate reached to 48.9 % of the gross population.

The rate of girls accession to education in the rural regions is very poor as it came to 38.1 % in 1999 against 27.3 % in 1994.

With respect to girls accession to the academic education at the university the rate reached to 20.6% in 1998-1999. Females students usually distributed to the domains of education , arts , economy and commerce and humanitarian sciences.
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