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  • Yemen Resilience Monitor: Communities coping with Con�ictApr 6, 2016Yemen Resilience Monitor: Communities coping with ConictThe local governance survey was a part of UNDP’s Rapid Integrated Assessment to measure impact of the crisis on local authorities’ performance and service delivery to citizens.

  • Yemen Resilience Monitor: Communities coping with ConflictApr 6, 2016Yemen Resilience Monitor: Communities coping with ConflictThe Integrated Assessment examines baseline and preliminary impact of the crisis on local governance, mine action, security, justice and livelihoods to identify immediate early recovery needs to build community-based resilience to ongoing and future shocks.

  • Yemen Resilience Monitor:Communities coping with ConflictMar 27, 2016Yemen Resilience Monitor:Communities coping with ConflictThe Integrated Assessment examines baseline and preliminary impact of the crisis on local governance, mine action, security, justice and livelihoods to identify immediate early recovery needs to build community-based resilience to ongoing and future shocks.

  • Consultative Meeting for YemenMar 10, 2016Consultative Meeting for YemenThis report outlines the results of the next step in the process, namely the ‘Consultative Meeting for Yemen’, which took place in Larnaca, Cyprus, on 6, 7 and 8 October 2015.

  • Resident Coordinator’s Annual Report 2013Feb 4, 2015Resident Coordinator’s Annual Report 2013Brief description of major developments or political events that have had an effect on the work of the UNCT:

OUR WORK

Throughout the years, UNDP has built a strong partnership with the government of Yemen (GoY), represented by the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation, development partners, civil society organizations and private sector.

UNDP and GoY launched several developmental projects and programmes to address the challenges of the country and improve the working environment in Yemen.

In addition, UNDP worked closely with several ministries, none-governmental organizations, and civil society organizations, private sector under the leadership of the UNDP Resident Representative and the mentioned bodies. National ownership was always encouraged and maintained in all UNDP's initiatives.

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