A Saudi initiative seeks to rehabilitate child soldiers, regardless of background or political affiliation, and protect them from malicious influence.
Humanitarian aid has been flowing into the war-torn country through the Red Sea port of al-Hodeidah and Sanaa's international airport.
The ministry sent a memo detailing the militia's recent violations to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Local organisations familiar with the province's population have been facilitating the distribution of international humanitarian aid.
The militia's practice of recruiting thousands of children has met with wide condemnation from Yemeni and international organisations.
Assyrians forced to flee their homes along the Khabur River when ISIS invaded their villages have been receiving help to cope with the trauma.
About 2 million Yemenis have been displaced by the war, as international organisations struggle to cope with a shortfall in funding.
The national commission has been investigating and documenting human rights violations perpetrated by all sides of the conflict.
International agencies are asking the international community for more money to address urgent food security and health care concerns.
The support provided to Hadramaut and other provinces has enabled local authorities to improve basic services and boost security.