Tens of thousands of women marched nationwide calling the international community to hold the Saleh regime accountable for the crimes it committed against unarmed protesters.
Women were present in large numbers around Yemen mainly in San'a, Taiz, and Hodeida.
Carrying their children in their arms, they insisted on coming up and supporting the call for change. "I am marching in support for a better future for my kids who are next to me now," said Afrah al-Shuja, a housewife who was surrounded by three of her children.
Women in Yemen have played leading roles in ensuring change in the country. Some are going to the extreme and saying that the Yemen revolution is also a women's revolution.