• $ 25 billion. The initial cost of damage to physical assets in basic social services, infrastructure and housing is estimated at an initial cost of
. $ 19.83 billion The initial cost of damage to housing units and urban infrastructure until June 2017,
2. $ 5 billion direct losses incurred by the electricity sector during 1000 days of aggression.
• $ 770 million is the initial cost of damage to roads and bridges
• $ 480 million for initial damage to the water and sanitation sector
• $ 1 billion cost of damage to the health sector as a result of the aggression
• $ 7 billion is the initial cost of direct losses incurred by Yemen due to the interruption of oil production in various sectors.
private sector :
$ 75 billion losses incurred by the Yemeni private sector as a result of the aggression and siege, including $ 39 billion of direct losses as a result of systematic targeting by the Saudi Air Force on factories and commercial establishments.
76 billion riyals The losses of the Yemeni telecommunications sector due to the direct targeting by the Air Force to more than 400 sites and networks, including 333 transmission stations for mobile coverage of Yemen Mobile and other private and government companies within two years.
$ 3.1 billion Losses due to war, overfishing and destruction of coral reefs resulted from the marine aggression. These losses were compounded by the aggression of traditional fishing activity in 12 maritime areas and resulted in the deprivation of more than 50,000 traditional fishermen The fishing profession in the Red Sea coast was also targeted their boats and destroyed seaports and markets and assembly centers. For the same reason, the traditional fishing decreased by 75% in Taiz and Hodeidah in addition to attended the traditional activity in the coasts of Hadramout and Abyan coasts by the UAE forces.
$ 16 billion losses of the Yemeni agriculture sector as a result of the aggression and blockade, of which 13.7 billion dollars losses of 720 days
• $ 703.9 million initial losses for government and cooperative enterprises and farms
• $ 500 million has been lost by agricultural sector loans and agricultural assistance previously agreed upon with donor countries
• $ 112.3 million in preliminary losses incurred by associations and agricultural cooperatives as indirect losses due to the aggression and siege
• $ 5.2 billion losses incurred by the agricultural production due to the aggression and siege during the first two years, including:
1. $ 145.1 million in seed losses
2. $ 589.9 million initial losses incurred by the fruit sector
3. $ 58 million losses incurred by the legume sector
4. 3.8 billion dollars in damages affecting cash and economic crops such as Yemeni cotton, cotton and other cash agricultural products
• $ 6.7 billion in primary losses incurred by the livestock sector, including:
1. $ 5.5 billion losses of the poultry sector as a result of the direct targeting of hundreds of farms and the death of millions of poultry and high feed prices and marketing losses
2. $ 1 billion losses of livestock as a result of targeting and death.
3. $ 135.9 million initial losses of bees and production of Yemeni honey
• $ 302.5 million in preliminary losses in the Yemeni agricultural sector due to the suspension of Yemeni exports abroad
• $ 478.5 million initial losses incurred by the labor sector in the agriculture sector total losses over two years of the war and is expected to exceed half a billion dollars.
Transport sector :
$ 2.5 billion losses incurred by the Yemeni maritime, land and air transport sector as a result of aggression and siege, including:
1. 2 billion dollars of preliminary losses of Yemeni air aviation and the targeting of airports, navigational and technical equipment, communications equipment and radars and stopping travel to and from Yemen.
2. $ 900 million losses incurred by the maritime transport sector as a result of the aggression and siege, including $ 300 million losses of Hodeidah and Mukha ports during the past two years only.
3. $ 19 million direct losses incurred by the land transport sector.
6 billion dollars of initial losses suffered by the Yemeni electricity sector directly since the beginning of the aggression and siege, including:
1. 2 billion and 77 million and 243 thousand dollars of initial losses of damage suffered by its affiliates for electricity during the first year of the aggression
2. 659 million and 163 thousand dollars cost of damage to the electrical system
3. 750 million dollars in initial cost of losses incurred by the power generation projects of the General Electricity Corporation.
4. 500 thousand dollars is the initial cost of losses that affected the unit of the project of transport, distribution and control.
Source of statistics : الصمود