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Yemen - Joint social and economic assessment for the Republic of Yemen (Vol. 2) : Executive summary (Arabic)

This Joint Social and Economic Assessment (JSEA) has been prepared in response to a request from the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MoPIC), and was undertaken jointly by the World Bank, the United Nations, the European Union, and the Islamic Development Bank. The JSEA's main purpose is to assess the social and economic impact of the crisis in Yemen, and to identify challenges and key priorities for early interventions, primarily for the transition period, which is expected to stretch into the first half of 2014. Putting Yemen on a path of recovery to prosperity will not only require a strong commitment and ownership from the Government and People of Yemen, but also coordinated support and significant financial resources from all partners and friends of Yemen. While the JSEA provides analysis of Yemen's most pressing needs, it is the Government's Transition Plan that will offer the roadmap by which Yemen can emerge from crisis stronger and better able to ensure equitable and sustainable development for its people. The implementation of the Transition Plan and donor support should balance humanitarian assistance, early recovery, reconciliation, and peace-building efforts in the short run, with support to decisive policy actions and reforms that will underpin sustainable and inclusive development, improved governance, and social protection in the medium to long term.

Details

  • Document Date

    2012/08/31

  • Document Type

    Other Social Protection Study

  • Report Number

    74316

  • Volume No

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    Yemen, Republic of

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2012/08/31

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Executive summary

  • Keywords

    abuse, access to education, access to health services, accessibility, Adult Education, adult population, Aged, Agricultural Development, Agriculture Organization, armed conflict, asylum, asylum seekers, Basic Education, Basic Infrastructure, basic social service, basic social services, behavior change, Chamber of Commerce, Child Health, Child Labor, Child Marriage, Child Welfare, citizens, Civil Society Organizations, Communicable Diseases, Cooperatives, Credit Groups, Decision Making, DEVELOPMENT BANK, Development Plans, Diphtheria, Disability, Discrimination against Women, Domestic Violence, Donor Support, drinking water, economic activity, Economic Development, Economic Growth, economic opportunities, economic Policies, Economic Transition, Education Development, educational attainment, Elimination of Discrimination, Emergency Obstetric Care, emergency situations, employment opportunities, Empowerment, Empowerment of Women, Environmental Impact, equitable access, families, Family Health, Female Genital Mutilation, female literacy, Fertility, Fertility Rate, FGM, Food Insecurity, Food Production, Food Security, foreign direct investment, Gender, gender disparities, gender parity, Genital Mutilation, Groundwater, Health Centers, Health Facilities, Health Interventions, Health Management, Health Sector, Health Sector Reform, Health Services, Health System, health workers, HIV, household level, Households, Human Capacity, Human Development, Human Rights, Humanitarian Affairs, Hygiene, Illness, Immunization, Immunodeficiency, Impact on Health, Infant, Infant Feeding, Infant Mortality, Infant Mortality Rate, Information Management, Information System, Information Systems, Infrastructure for Service Delivery, Injuries, Institutional Capacities, Institutional Capacity, Institutional Reform, international assistance, international community, International Cooperation, International Finance, International Food Policy Research Institute, Labor Market, Labor Markets, lack of development, laws, Limited Access, local communities, low birth weight, Malnourished Children, Market Information, marketing, mass movement, maternal mortality, measles, Mental Health, MFIs, Micro Finance, Micro-Finance, Micro-Finance Institution, Micro-Finance Institutions, Microfinance, Millennium Development Goal, Ministry of Education, Mortality, Mother, Natal Care, national dialogue, national level, National Strategy, Natural Gas, number of refugees, number of women, Nutrition, participation of women, peace, Pensions, People with Disabilities, Policy Change, policy discussions, Policy Research, Polio, Polio Vaccine, political process, population growth, population growth rates, Primary Health Care, progress, Provision of Education, Public Health, Refugee, Refugees, Religious Institutions, Remittances, renewable resources, Reproductive Health, Reproductive Health Interventions, returnees, rural areas, rural population, rural women, Safety Net, safety nets, Sanitation, sanitation facilities, Savings, School Children, Secondary Education, security situation, Self-Financing, Service Delivery, service provision, Sex, Skill Development, Social Affairs, social cohesion, Social Commission, Social development, Social Fund, Social Impact, Social Norms, Social Security, Social Service, social services, Social Welfare, Solar Power, sustainable growth, technical capacity, Technical Education, transportation, Traumatic Stress Disorder, Tuberculosis, unemployment, UNFPA, UNION, Urban Areas, urban centers, Urban Infrastructure, vaccination, Violence, Violence Against Women, Vocational Education, vulnerability, vulnerable families, vulnerable groups, war, water management, Water Resources, water supplies, workers, Workforce, World Health Organization, young adult

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Yemen - Joint social and economic assessment for the Republic of Yemen (Vol. 2) : Executive summary (Arabic). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/514581468340463903/Executive-summary