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  • Dec 19, 2013

    Within the overall framework of the Gulf Cooperation Council Agreement Implementation Mechanism, the Transitional Program for Stabilization and Development 2012-2014 (TPSD), and the Mutual Accountability Framework (MAF), Pillar III - Good Governance, Rule of Law, and Human Rights - the Government of Yemen (GoY) committed to implement a "Program to remove ghost workers and double dippers in the civil service, military, and security."

  • Dec 18, 2013

    The Government of Yemen is fully engaged towards rendering aid more efficient, applying the Paris Declaration principals, the Accra agenda and the Busan partnership. In this context, in order to increase the transparency of external aid management and strengthen the capacities of the Government in managing external resources in a mutually responsible manner, the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MoPIC) elected to implement the Development Assistance Database (DAD) as the country’s official aid information management system.

  • Dec 18, 2013

    The implementation of the political transition in Yemen, initiated by the signing of the Gulf Cooperation Council Implementation Mechanism on 23 November 2011, established a complex set of milestones for the new Government and its partners. Reshaping the governance structure of Yemen appears as one of the most important outcomes of the transitional process. To address this historic challenge, a profound analysis of governance options is required, as well as an all-inclusive consultative process to engage, from the beginning, all relevant Yemeni stakeholders.

  • Dec 17, 2013

    In November 2012, ten months of confrontation between Government and opposition forces came to an end with the signing of the Gulf Co-operation Council Implementation Mechanism Agreement that established a two-year political and security transition agenda and outlined an ambitious political and socio-economic set of reforms

  • Dec 17, 2013

    This evaluation was carried out in 2012 by an international team of experts on electoral cycles. It takes into account the insights of representatives from political parties, media, civil society, national authorities and international stakeholders.

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