Welcome to the Executive Office website for accelerating the absorption of donor commitments and supporting the implementation of reform policies.
This platform provides a window to understand the role of the executive office in assisting the government in enhancing the absorptive capacity of external funding, expediting its disbursement, and advancing the implementation of comprehensive reforms aimed at improving and streamlining public policies.
The executive office aims, through formulating studies, policies, methodological research, and providing the necessary institutional and technical support to ministries and government institutions, to help them achieve their goals and priorities and make optimal use of commitments made to Yemen by its regional and international partners in various fields.
The executive office boasts a highly efficient team that provides it with a reliable ability to accomplish tasks and communicate, building trust with a wide range of stakeholders.
Through this platform, the executive office is committed to keeping the public informed about its important work, activities, and publications. It also offers an open communication line to receive inquiries, search for information, and verify it.
The agency was established in accordance with Presidential Decree No. (22) of 2013, as an independent body and an institutional mechanism to solve the problem of the government’s weak absorptive capacity regarding foreign financing, accelerate it, direct it to priority entities, and ensure the success of the joint framework of mutual responsibilities between donors and the Yemeni government, which includes a package of economic policies and procedures. Complementary to political reforms... Read more
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The executive body provides technical support to decision makers in priority areas; Through a package of interventions, including developing policy papers for sectoral and institutional reforms, project proposals, and implementing institutional and functional assessments to determine the needs and interventions required for
reform and institutional building