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  • Yemen Poverty Assessment Report 2007
    Mar 1, 2007

    From what was historically known as “Arabia Felix” – a land of prosperity and happiness – Yemen has become the most impoverished among the Arab countries. The government of the united Yemen, formed in 1990, has launched so far three five-year economic reform plans with the goal of restoring Yemen’s prosperity. Have these effort succeeded? What policies are needed to further reduce poverty? The Poverty Assessment report aims to answer these questions

  • Macroeconomic Policies for Growth, Employment and Poverty Reduction in Yemen
    Jun 12, 2005

    This report on the Macroeconomics of Poverty Reduction in Yemen is part of a global UNDP-supported project that started in 2001 and has grown to encompass policyoriented research, advisory services and capacity development in 25 developing countries. Among the Arab States, UNDP has supported similar studies in Morocco, Sudan and Syria.

  • “Voices of” is a series of community-level consultations led by UNDP in Yemen using inclusive focus group discussions that seek to: identify their fragilities, prioritise opportunities and challenges, and highlight the vulnerability of community livelihoods assets to sustain the crisis.

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