|Minister of Foreign Affairs responds to Seyaj’s appeal
A response to Wednesday's appeal,
Minister of Foreign Affairs responds to Seyaj’s appeal on the detention
of a child and his father as hostages at a hospital in India for money
Dr.Abu Baker Al-Qirbi, the Minister of Foreign Affairs expressed the Ministry’s readiness
to provide a direct assistance to the child Sohail Ali Abdullah Saleh Al-Mahdi (8 years old)
who is detained with his father as hostages at a hospital in India for the rest of the treatment’s money.
|A Yemeni child and his father are hostages
Seyaj appeals the Ministers of Health and Foreign :
A Yemeni child and his father are hostages at a hospital in India for money
Seyaj organization for childhood protection has directed today two letters to Ministry of Health
and Ministry of Foreign regarding the detention of a Yemeni child and his father as hostages
in a hospital in India because the father could not pay the costs of treatment.
|UNICEF's press release
Based on the field reports of the Emergency Cell in Seyaj
24 children have been killed and several hundred have sustained injuries during a month and a half in the protests in Yemen
and UNICEF is alarmed
"This is extremely alarming”, said Geert Cappelaere, representative of UNICEF
Yemen. “I am gravely concerned about this escalation of violence, especially with
regards to the number of child casualties, which keeps increasing from week to week."
|Reports of the Emergency Cell
Reports of the Emergency Cell
Seyaj organization for childhood protection has formed an emergency cell
to monitor violations that children might be exposed to in the
peaceful protests in Yemen.
The Emergency cell in the Monitoring Unit that is within Rased project funded
by the Unicef and the European Union has monitored many violations cases
to children such as:
|A condemnation statement
After the death of 22 children with bullets and dozens of injuries in a month:
Seyaj condemns the children involvement in the protests and calls to be not allowed
A condemnation statement
Seyaj organization for childhood protection condemns the children involvement in the protests such as today, Thursday March 31th 2011
where demonstrations have been out in Sana'a and several governorates to demand the regime to leave while children are in the front in
martyr day as they called it.
|Seyaj demands to open an urgent investigation
Seyaj demands the United Nations to open an urgent and independent investigation on the murder crimes
against 23 children
Seyaj organization for childhood protection strongly condemns the murder of killing the child Moheeb Al-Ya'ary ( 15 years old) who was
beaten illegally with rifle butts by a police station security in Al-Sabeen area in Sana'a on Monday 28/3/2011.
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|Seyaj and the early marriage
Seyaj and the early marriage
** Seyaj's methodology to raise combating early marriage:
1- Persuasion and focusing on health and social effects of early marriage for female.