YE
Yemen

National Health Planning Cycles


Overview and Context

National Health Plan Title

National Health Strategy 2010-2025

Annual Health Sector Review

N/A

Income group:

Low-Mid

Fiscal Start Date

January 1

Legal and Political systems

  • Political cycle: Executive branch:last election held on 21 February 2012 (next election NA)
  • Legislative branch:last election held on 27 April 2003 (next scheduled for April 2009 but postponed indefinitely
  • Legal system: mixed legal system of Islamic law, Napoleonic law, English common law, and customary law

Country Documents

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Public Repository Docs

Programmatic Planning and Project Timelines

Window
2000
2030
National Health Policy Strategy and Plan
2010
2025
National Development Plan
Multi-Year Plan (cYMP) for Immunization
2011
2015
Malaria Plan
Tuberculosis Plan
2006
2010
HIV/AIDS Plan
2002
2010
Noncommunicable Diseases Plan
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Plan
Reproductive Health Plan
Maternal Health Plan
Newborn and Child Health Plan
Human Resources for Health Plan
GAVI Health System Strengthening (HSS)Support
2007
2011
GAVI Immunisation Services Support(ISS)Support
2001
2013
GAVI Civil Society Organisation (CSO) Support
GAVI Injection Safety Support
2002
2004
The Global Fund HIV/AIDS Grants
2003
2008
The Global Fund Malaria Grants
2008
2013
The Global Fund Tuberculosis Grants
2010
2015

Partners in Country

Country engaging in IHP + processes

Not IHP

IHP+ details

Not IHP

Pooled funding and or SWAP

No SWAp

UNDAF rollout cycles

2007-2011

UHC Partnership for policy dialogue

Yes

PEPFAR focus countries

Yes

World Bank*

Parallel financing arrangement Country assistance strategy 2010-2013 The poorest country in the Middle East North Africa (MNA) region Yemen is facing daunting challenges in an uncertain global and regional environment. Significant progress has been made over the last few years but living conditions for most of the 22 million Yemenis remain difficult. Yemen's governance structures are complex and recent events have heightened concerns over security issues. Yemen is unlikely to reach most Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015 and the situation is particularly dire for women. The Government is implementing a program of economic and governance reforms but time is of the essence as oil resources are rapidly depleting while the population continues to grow at a fast pace. The sharp fall in world oil prices and the consequent shrinking in public expenditure is depressing economic activity. Moreover while the financial sector has remained relatively unscathed due to its relative insulation the impact on the real sector is expected to be significant through declines in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) remittances (especially from the Gulf) and external financing. The Government realizes the pressing need for a comprehensive fiscal adjustment but the risks of a deterioration of the economic situation is high. Over the last decades Yemen's economy has been based on oil with the redistribution of corresponding rents through civil service salaries and a generous subsidy system. Hydrocarbon output (oil and gas) represents about one third of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) almost three quarters of Government revenues and 90 percent of exports. However Yemen's oil reserves are rapidly depleting: in the absence of new discoveries and based on current exploitation rates (about 300 000 barrels per day) crude oil reserves are expected to be exhausted in the next 10 to 12 years.

European Commission*

The 2007-2010 co-operation strategy aims to help the Yemeni government make progress on both political and socio-economic fronts through a comprehensive approach integrating interventions aimed at improving governance and at fostering economic growth and human development.

Costing and Financing

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