UNICEF’s Executive Director Henrietta H. Fore said that “the aggression on Yemen has led to the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, where 21 million people, including 11.3 million children, need assistance to survive, and about 400,000 children suffer from malnutrition and face the imminent risk of death.” A child dies every 10 minutes due to starvation and preventable diseases in Yemen, she said. This came at the 8840th meeting held by the UN Security Council members to discuss Yemen’s situation. For its part, Ain Al-Insania Center for Rights and Development revealed in its statistics about the crimes of the Saudi-American aggression for 2,300 days of the war on Yemen. With regard to infrastructure, the statistic revealed 15 airports, 16 land ports, 308 enclosures and electricity generators, and 553 networks and communication stations have been destroyed, in addition to, 2,397 tanks and water networks, and 1,983 government facilities, for 2,300 days of the aggression. According to the statistics, a number of economic establishments destroyed by the US-backed Saudi-Emirati aggression have amounted to 396 factories, 352 fuel tankers, 11,479 commercial establishments, 423 chicken and livestock farms, in addition to 7,945 means of transportation, 472 fishing boats, 931 food stores, and 397 gas stations, 685 markets, and 858 food trucks. Regarding to service facilities, the aggression airstrikes have destroyed 575,353 homes, 179 university facilities, 1,446 mosques, 369 tourist facilities, 391 hospitals and health facilities, as well as 1,110 schools and educational centers, 7,733 agricultural fields, 135 sports facilities, 248 antiquarian sites, and 49 media facilities.