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Delivering Social Protection in the Midst of Conflict and Crisis : The Case of Yemen (English)

Despite a situation of an active violent conflict, the Yemen Emergency CrisisResponse Project continues to deliver services and cash to the poor and vulnerablenationwide. This paper captures lessons learned from this innovative and pioneering project,which will be particularly relevant for shaping the World Bank's crisis response under IDA 18.

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  • Author

    Al-Ahmadi,Afrah Alawi, De Silva,Samantha

  • Document Date

    2018/10/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    130400

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Yemen, Republic of

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/10/04

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Delivering Social Protection in the Midst of Conflict and Crisis : The Case of Yemen

  • Keywords

    Fragile and Conflict Affected States; health and nutrition; Micro and Small Enterprises; access to basic service; private sector service providers; independent third-party monitoring; service delivery institution; social cohesion; Cash Transfer; human capital; time of conflict; social protection institution; social protection interventions; resilience of communities; social protection program; Internally Displaced Person; Access to Education; political neutrality; development partner; basic social service; safety net program; social protection sector; risk and vulnerability; building social capital; procurement and disbursement; civil service salary; cash transfer program; gross domestic product; loss of livelihood; participatory rapid appraisal; clarity and transparency; national service delivery; local private sector; delivery of service; division of labor; level of capacity; public service delivery; community base; grievance redress mechanism; drip irrigation system; debt distress risk; person with disability; improving food security; impact of conflict; dimension of vulnerability; theory of change; community asset; ongoing conflicts; emergency response; development cooperation; donor coordination; livelihood support; social media; nutrition intervention; humanitarian need; local council; wage employment; community-based approaches; national system; food insecurity; political actor; fund allocations; local capacity; government institution; job opportunities; humanitarian agency; job opportunity; conflict situation; humanitarian assistance; security challenge; youth employment; vulnerable population; income support; project intervention; community group; National Institutions; Violent Conflict; humanitarian response; non-governmental organization; portfolio review; humanitarian aid; Civil War; delivering services; opportunity set; survival intervention; sustainable farming; chronically poor; data exchange; security environment; targeting mechanism; irreversible loss; relief effort; community cohesion; rural youth; nutrition service; Health Service; negative shock; affected population; existing capacity; operational autonomy; technical expertise; risk tolerance; data sharing; humanitarian activity; vulnerable citizen; self-help group; village development; national capacity; children's health; basic necessity; strategic framework; crisis support; smooth consumption; high debt; Traffic Lights; urban development; Solar Power; national stakeholder; productive asset; selection criterion; long-term perspective; urgent attention; microfinance institution; water scheme; wage labor; building consensus; Coping Mechanisms; peace building; agricultural input; high-risk family; core objectives; agriculture sector; beneficiary household; supply side; vulnerable family; local development; steady income; school supply; education service; vulnerable individual; Education Services; farming technique; farmers employment; youth training; regional strategy; free movement; monitoring mechanism; routine monitoring; population size; beneficiary feedback; political affiliation; management structure; field workers; field monitoring; skill set; donor funding; positive impact; community collaboration; external aid; Equal Opportunity; community express; open bank; bloated bureaucracy; commercial bank; institutional autonomy; financial autonomy; social dynamic; political situation; partner institution; broad access; natural disaster; political unrest; Armed Conflict; reference point; reconstruction activities; field data; labor-intensive work; community targeting; delivery process; humanitarian intervention; payment modality; vulnerable group; donor support; participatory approach; emergency need; support for population; staff increase; government funding; community workers; Host Communities; financial resource; community solidarity; multiple sources; Child care; flexible hour; work participation; beneficiary level; works program; multilateral donor

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Citation

Al-Ahmadi,Afrah Alawi De Silva,Samantha

Delivering Social Protection in the Midst of Conflict and Crisis : The Case of Yemen (English). Social protection and labor discussion paper,no. 1801 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/217071538405216183/Delivering-Social-Protection-in-the-Midst-of-Conflict-and-Crisis-The-Case-of-Yemen