| Zarema Sadulayeva|
| August 11, 2009, Chechnya, Russia|Zarema Sadulayeva Wikipedia
Zarema Sadulayeva (Russian: Зарема Садулаева) (1974 – 10 August 2009) was a Russian children's activist and head of the aid organization, Let's Save the Generation, based in Chechnya. She and her husband, Alek Dzhabrailov (11 August 1976 – 10 August 2009), were found murdered in August 2009.
Zarema Sadulayeva was head of the Let's Save the Generation charity of Chechnya. Her charity works with Unicef to aid Chechen children affected by the violence which has swept the Caucasus region since the 1990s. The charity provides psychological counseling and physical aid to orphans, disabled children and others affected by the wars against Chechen separatists.
Sadulayeva and Dzhabrailov, who was also active in the charity, married in 2009. Neither were described as politically active.
Sadulayeva and Dzhabrailov were kidnapped at the aid organization's office by gunmen wearing camouflage uniforms on 9 August 2009. They were both found shot to death in the trunk of Dzhabrailov's car on 10 August 2009, in Chernorechye, a suburb of Grozny.
Zarema Sadulayeva's death follows the similar kidnapping and murder of human rights activist Natalia Estemirova in Chechnya in July 2009.