Written by Nada Jamal Anam – April 16, 2014

According to the Seyaj Organization’s Monitoring Center, 124 children were kidnapped in Yemen in 2013. Ahmed Al-Qorashi, the organization’s leader, noted that the study featured verified and recorded human trafficking incidents.

The organization’s report, which was released this morning, April 15, at its headquarters in Sana’a, confirmed that the rise in child abductions is primarily due to a woeful overall performance in child protection, criminals escaping justice, and a decline in the system of social values protecting vulnerable groups.

Seyaj seeks to continue providing a database and information on violence against children, and this qualitative report represents a remarkable breakthrough in the spiral of silence that dominates society on matters of virtue and honor.

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