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Yemen - Sector Wide Approach in the Water Sector : Assessment of Readiness and Opportunities

ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY ACCOUNTING AGRICULTURAL WATER AQUIFER AUDIT STANDARDS BANK CREDIT BASIN MANAGEMENT BENEFICIARIES BENEFICIARY BILATERAL DONORS BUDGETING CAPACITY BUILDING CHECKS CIVIL SOCIETY CLEARING HOUSE COMMUNITY WATER COUNTERPART FUNDING COVERING CUBIC METERS DAMS DECISION MAKING DEFICITS DEVELOPMENT FINANCE DISBURSEMENT DRINKING WATER DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES EFFICIENCY OF SERVICE EFFICIENT WATER USE ENGINEERING EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES EXTERNAL FINANCE FINANCES FINANCIAL FLOWS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CAPACITY GOVERNMENT BUDGET GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE GOVERNMENT INVESTMENT GOVERNMENT INVESTMENTS GROUNDWATER HOUSEHOLDS HYDROGEOLOGY INFLATION INFORMATION SYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTRUMENT INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INVESTMENT COSTS INVESTMENT DECISIONS INVESTMENT FINANCE INVESTMENT FUND INVESTMENT PLANNING INVESTMENT PROGRAM INVESTMENT PROJECTS INVESTMENTS IN WATER SUPPLY INVESTOR CONFIDENCE IRRIGATION ISLAMIC BANK LEAST COST LOCAL CORPORATIONS MUNICIPALITIES NATIONAL INVESTMENT NATIONAL WATER RESOURCES PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES PROJECT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCES PUBLIC WORKS RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RETURNS RURAL WATER RURAL WATER SCHEMES RURAL WATER SUPPLY SAFETY NET SANITATION SANITATION AUTHORITY SANITATION COVERAGE SANITATION WATER SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE DEVELOPMENT SMALL DAMS SOIL CONSERVATION SPRINGS SWAP SWAPS TOWNS TRANSACTION TRANSACTION COST TRANSACTION COSTS TRUST FUND URBAN WATER URBAN WATER SUPPLY URBAN WATER UTILITIES USE OF WATER WATER AUTHORITIES WATER CONSERVATION WATER LAW WATER MANAGEMENT WATER RESOURCE WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT WATER RESOURCES WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WATER SCHEMES WATER SECTOR WATER SECTOR REFORM WATER STRATEGY WATER SUPPLIES WATER USE WATER USER WATERSHED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Yemen, Republic of
2013-02-26T22:06:07Z | 2013-02-26T22:06:07Z | 2006-03

This report reviews the economically vital and under-funded water sector in Yemen in alignment with the national water strategy and in harmonization with Yemen's development partners to provide support to water strategy implementation. The results indicate that at the level of the water sector, there is willingness and desire to move to a sector wide approach. Yemen National Water Sector Strategy and Investment Program was an integrated and shared strategy and could serve as a platform for common and integrated approaches to sector investment. Therefore, the Government of Yemen and donors agreed to explore the possibilitiessector wide approach investment strategy and the Bank was asked to help assess the potential relevance and scope. Many of the broad framework conditions are there, although preparation work is needed and there are some impediments to alignment that will need to be tackled. Amongst the subsectors, rural water should be a priority because it is poised to move ahead with a restructuring that will repair its current fragmented state. The report concludes that the potential benefits of moving into a sector wide approach framework ensures stronger country ownership, strengthen national capacity systems and institutions, and more effective implementation with no duplication and no wasted resources.

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