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Gov’t and Civil Society Organization Partnership (Yemen)

Yemen

Titre : Gov’t and Civil Society Organization Partnership (Yemen)

Numéro de projet : P144665

Date d’approbation : October 31, 2013
Date de clôture : June 30, 2015

Pays : Yemen, Republic of

Emprunteur  : MIN. OF PLANNING AND INT’L COOPERATION

Mise en œuvre : LABOR INTENSIVE PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT PMU

Objectif  : The development objective of the Government Civil Societies Organizations (CSO) Partnership Project for Yemen is to enhance government-CSOs partnership in the implementation and monitoring of sector development programs.

Présentation
The project has four components.
* The first component, partnership and mutual accountability for improved participation and inclusion will finance the preparation and organization of the parallel dialogue sessions with the support of international experts in multi-stakeholder network and coalition building.
* The second component, sector action plans (SAP) for improved development results and capacity building activities will finance technical assistance to support line ministries representatives and sector mapped CSOs representative to formulate sector specific results oriented SAPs. A training session on social accountability will also be financed to introduce both stakeholders to social accountability concept and approach.
* The third component, project management, monitoring and evaluation will include strengthening the recipient’s capacity for project management, monitoring and evaluation through provision of consultants’ services, including audit, training, and financing of incremental operating costs.
* The fourth component, knowledge for development partnership will finance the preparation and organization of the national learning forum with the support of international experts in multi-stakeholder network and coalition building

Montant total du projet : US$ 1.50 million

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