Our Partners

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A fundamental feature of UNDP's approach to development cooperation is partnership. Over the years UNDP has developed effective partnerships with all levels of government in Yemen working closely together on national, governorate and district level development issues.

In addition to these successes, the UNDP in Yemen has forged close links with non-governments organizations, the private sector and both bilateral and multilateral donors.

Below is a list of partners/donors UNDP Yemen has worked with in recent years and the projects they've been involved with:

  • Australia: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Support to Eliminate Impact of Mines & ERW in Yemen - Phase III..
  • Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID): Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the UNDSS.
  • Canada/Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA): Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the National Programme on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM)
  • Denmark: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Elections during the Transitional Period (SETP).               
  • European Commission (EC): Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the EC-UNDP Joint Electoral Assistance Project in Yemen; and Support to Eliminate Impact of Mines & ERW in Yemen.      
  • Finland: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Sustainable Natural Resources Management, Phase II.
  • Germany: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Support to UN Coordination; Sustainable Natural Resources Management, Phase II; and Elections during the Transitional Period (SETP).
  • Sweden: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Early Recovery Project for the Livelihoods Sector of the Flood Affected Areas in Haramout & Al-Maharah Governorates; and Gender Economic Empowerment Programme (GEEP).      
  • The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Developing National Capacities to Address HIV/AIDS in Yemen.
  • Japan: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Elections during the Transitional Period (SETP); and Youth Economic Empowerment Project (YEEP).
  • United Nations Peacebuilding Fund: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Elections during the Transitional Period (SETP).
  • United Kingdom: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Support to UN Coordination.
  • United Kingdom/Department for International Development (DFID): Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Support to Elections during the Transitional Period (SETP).
  • United States: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Mine Action Project Phase III.
  • UNV: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the UNV staff Empowerment.
  • United Nation Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA): Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Mine Action Project Phase III; and Community Driven Early Recovery in Sa'ada.
  • Norway: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Support to UN Coordination.
  • US Department of State‚Äôs Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL): Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Emergency Capacity Development Facility (ECDF).
  • Yemen: Provided support to a number of key project areas, specifically the Support to Eliminate Impact of Mines & ERW in Yemen - Phase III; Economic Diversification Support Programme (EDSP); Developing National Capacities to Address HIV/AIDS in Yemen; and Sustainable Natural Resources Management, Phase II.



Projects and Initiatives with Partners
Youth Economic Empowerment Project

The project aims to socially and economically empower disadvantaged youth and women in market oriented technical, entrepreneurial and managerial skills, confidence building and empowering skills necessary to improve their access to productive resources and sustainable earning potential.

Support to Elections during the Transitional Period

The SETP project aims to support the Government of Yemen (GoY), and the Supreme Commission on Elections and Referenda (SCER) as it prepares for its next cycle of elections and referenda.

Strengthening National Capacity for Mine Action in Yemen - Phase IV

The project aims to assist the Government of Yemen to effectively deal with the humanitarian and developmental problems of mines, Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) and the new threat from Improvised Explosive Devices (IED)

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