Britain conquered Yemen in 1943 but gained independence in 1967. The present-day Republic of Yemen was established in 1990 in Yemen
The culture of the Yemeni people
The Yemeni people are seen in the average age of 17 years. In general, this country has a lot of young people, and the life expectancy of the Yemeni people is 65 years for women and about 61 years for men. The official religion in Yemen is Islam, and in general, the language of Yemen is Arabic. In the culture of the Yemeni people, speaking Arabic is sacred and very valuable.
Half of the Yemeni people are literate, and the literacy and science approach in Yemen is very high. The assessments show that the income-generating situation in this country is better than before. The culture of urbanization is very high in Yemen, and it is clear that the government is trying to provide a culture of healthy living among the Yemeni people.
Progress in Yemen
Yemen's progress is mostly seen in the organic Food sector. In this country, the food products produced are often exported organically, and fortunately, the Yemeni government has tried to keep the path of healthy exports open. On the other hand, the economic services in Yemen have changed a lot in recent years, and the country has also achieved a good ranking in the field of machine equipment.
The machine equipment as well as the machine components that are produced in Yemen are each of high quality. It is clear that the economic approaches in this country are better than in previous years. In Yemen, the macroeconomic situation is divided into two parts.
The macro-economy of construction in Yemen has grown by 11 percent, and routine progress in the field of urban structures can be seen in Yemen. The truth is that the government has announced its investments more directly than in previous years and believes that the investment path in Yemen is more visible than in previous years.
It is worth mentioning that Yemen is one of the best countries that has been able to consider a consistent approach in the field of urban transportation, and fortunately, there is a lot of success in this field, and transportation is one of the advanced sectors in Yemen.