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In the middle of the second decade of the twenty-first century, the world witnessed armed conflicts in Yemen that are still ongoing. These conflicts caused painful tragedies on earth and humanity. This study aimed to Verification Significance and Impact the economic Ramifications of armed conflict in the quality of TEVT graduates. This study used a mixed quantitative and qualitative methodology. The study sample was taken in a simple probability method from (615) respondents, including (352) males and (263) females, distributed in terms of work on (60) teachers, (66) employees, and (489) Student. Descriptive analysis and exploratory factor analysis were performed by (SPSS), to verify the latent factors that constitute the measurement variables of this study. Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) was examined by AMOS to verify that each factor is one-dimensional and has affinity validity, differentiation validity, and co-reliability of concept stability. By means of structural equation modelling (SEM), the direct relationships between the study variables, the significance and influence of the study hypothesis were verified. The qualitative study was based on interviews with three focus groups of academics and administrators associated with (TEVT), including (15) academics and administrators. The results of the study concluded: that armed conflicts produced negative economic repercussions directly affected the quality of TEVT graduates by 66% according to the results of the analysis of the Questionnaire sample data. The interview groups indicated that the economic repercussions of armed conflict have a strong negative impact that Made human life very difficult. The impact of this situation on the mental capabilities of young people and contributed to the intellectual dispersion of all human cadres in various educational facilities and led to many students dropping out of schools in search of livelihoods. Consequently, the study concludes with several recommendations if taken seriously, TEVT graduates can be distinguished by quality and effectiveness, as productive skilled energies; it contributes to advancing economic development, to rise from the clutches of filthy armed conflicts, which resulted in paralyzing the effectiveness of human capital in Yemen.
Key words: economic consequences, armed conflict, graduate quality, TEVT.