Democratic Governance


Partnership Framework between the Government of Yemen and Civil Society Organizations

The Government of Yemen is proud to put forward this Document of partnership between the Government and civil society organizations, which plays a vital role in advancing and strengthening partnership, for the benefit of Yemeni citizens. The role of civil society has become more important followingmore


The Yemeni Journal of Human Rights

This issue of the journal coincides with the 65th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and contains useful articles on pertinent issues such as "The harmonization of National Laws with International Treaties signed and ratified by Yemen", and "Legal Reformmore


Partnership Framework Between the Government of Yemen and Civil Society Organization

Yemen has a vibrant civil society sector comprising around 12,000 organizations, of which approximately 8,000 are registered with the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor (MoSAL). Acknowledging the tremendous contribution of civil society organizations (CSOs) in improving service delivery as wellmore


Youth Employment Action Plan 2014-2016

Unemployment - and especially youth unemployment - is one of the most important challenges faced by Yemen, and one of the main factors of political instability and insecurity. In 2010, the overall labor force participation rate was as low as 39,5% - only 10,1% for women while the unemployment ratemore


Action Plan to Implement the Program to Remove the Ghost Workers and Double Dippers in the Civil Service System, Including the Military and Security

Law No. 43 of 2005 "concerning employment, wages and salaries systems" introduced the requirement of creating a Civil Service Biometric fingerprint system as well as to establish a consolidated central database based at the headquarters of the Ministry of Civil Service. To date,more


In response to Yemen’s challenges and the Transitional Period, we undertook a massive realignment of our resources and capacities to target and align our programme priorities to the Transition Period.

This new focus was motivated by the Gulf Cooperation Council Implementation Mechanism, as well as a “UNDP Transitional Plan for Yemen,” encouraged on by management.