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EnglishAhmed Kaid Ashaybani, Director General of Technical Cooperation, Sana'a
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that the Optional Protocol had not yet been signed.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) took a place at the Committee table.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) and Mr. Al-Shahab (Yemen) took places at the Committee table.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that the minimum age for marriage had been fixed at 15 in 1994, but had subsequently been amended.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that rural women worked very hard and were responsible for most agricultural output.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that, if he had been present during the vote, he would have voted in favour of draft resolutions A/C.4/56/L. 7 and L.9.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that, trained human resources were particularly necessary for the success of the programmes to benefit women.
EnglishAbdulkader Mohamed Kahtan Kaid, Director General for External Relations And International Criminal Police in the Interior Mininstry;
EnglishKaid (Yemen) stressed that the Government did indeed take the Convention seriously, as was reflected in its national strategies in support of women.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that the Personal Status Law stipulated that a girl could enter into marriage if she was ready, but not before she reached 15 years of age.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that Yemen considered education to be very important in empowering women and combating stereotypes that negatively affected women.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that the electoral law would need to be amended in order to introduce the concept of quotas for greater participation by women in political life.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that, had his delegation been present when the vote was taken on the draft proposals submitted under agenda items 91 and 92, it would have voted in favour.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that the Women's National Committee recognized that maternal mortality rates, at 366 deaths per 100,000 births at the current time, were very high.
EnglishKaid (Yemen) said that schooling for girls was a priority concern, mainly at primary level, but they were also encouraged to go on to secondary and tertiary education.