30 Sep
Analysis: Where will Yemen’s aid money go? | IRIN
“This is going to be an enormous challenge,” April Alley, a senior analyst with the International Crisis Group, told IRIN. “The government is deeply divided. What little bureaucratic capacity they have has been hampered further by the fact that some ministries are in shambles – literally in shambles from the previous fighting with many buildings destroyed, computers stolen and offices looted. Also civil servants are being changed and rotated, often for political reasons. The absorptive capacity problems that existed under Saleh are likely to be augmented in the current political environment.”
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Photo: Oxfam International/Flickr

Analysis: Where will Yemen’s aid money go? | IRIN

“This is going to be an enormous challenge,” April Alley, a senior analyst with the International Crisis Group, told IRIN. “The government is deeply divided. What little bureaucratic capacity they have has been hampered further by the fact that some ministries are in shambles – literally in shambles from the previous fighting with many buildings destroyed, computers stolen and offices looted. Also civil servants are being changed and rotated, often for political reasons. The absorptive capacity problems that existed under Saleh are likely to be augmented in the current political environment.”

FULL ARTICLE (IRIN)

Photo: Oxfam International/Flickr

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