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2008 Usaid Enhancing Governement Effectiveness in Yemen

2008 Usaid Enhancing Governement Effectiveness in Yemen

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ENHANCING GOVERNMENTEFFECTIVENESS IN YEMEN: ACOUNTRY ANALYSIS
APRIL 2008
This report was produced for review by the United States Agency for InternationalDevelopment. It was prepared by Hilton Root and Emil Bolongaita, Management SystemsInternational.
 
 
ENHANCING GOVERNMENTEFFECTIVENESS IN YEMEN: ACOUNTRY ANALYSIS
Management Systems InternationalCorporate Offices
600 Water Street, SWWashington, DC 20024
Contracted under
USAID Contract ID #: DFD-I-04-05-00221-00Task Order #: DFD-I-04-05-00221-00Project Name: Enhancing Government Effectiveness
DISCLAIMER
The author’s views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Agencyfor International Development or the United States Government.
 
ENHANCING GOVERNMENT EFFECTIVENESS IN THE WEST BANK i
CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .......................................................................................................... II
 
I.
 
INTRODUCTION: PUBLIC GOODS NOT WANTED ............................................... 1
 
II.
 
THE STATE AND CLIENTELISM ............................................................................... 1
 
Yemen’s National Identity Deficit ...................................................................................... 1
 
“There is no State”: How Clientelism Works in Yemen .................................................... 3
 
The Consequences of Clientelism ....................................................................................... 4
 
III.
 
THE CIVIL SERVICE: CAPTURE AND CORROSION ............................................ 5
 
IV. A STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS: WHO COUNTS AND MATTERS INYEMEN............................................................................................................................ 10
 
A Brief History of Unified Yemen ................................................................................... 11
 
The Tribes ......................................................................................................................... 13
 
The Tribal-Military-Commercial Complex ...................................................................... 14
 
The Political Parties .......................................................................................................... 16
 
Public Perception of Yemen’s Stakeholders ..................................................................... 19
 
V.
 
CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS .......................................................... 21
 
Recommendations for Reforms ........................................................................................ 22
 
REFERENCES ............................................................................................................................. 25
 

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