• Acronyms
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY IN ARABIC
  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 1.1. Mandate and scope of the evaluation
  • 1.2. An overview of the evaluation process
  • 1.3. Evaluation questions
  • 1.4. Structure of the report
  • 1.5. Methodology
  • 1.6. Context of the evaluation
  • 2. FINDINGS
  • 2.1. Coherence with Yemen’s national priorities
  • 2.2. Coherence with EU policies, EU Member States and other donors
  • 2.3. State-building
  • 2.4. Resilience
  • 2.5. Regional engagement
  • 2.6. Cross-cutting issues
  • 2.7. Responsiveness
  • 2.8. EU influence
  • 2.9. Legal instruments and aid modalities
  • 2.10. Institutional arrangements and staffing
  • 3. CONCLUSIONS
  • 4. RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Annexes (see Volume II)
  • Part 1: Annexes framing the evaluation
  • Annex 1: Evaluation Terms of Reference
  • Annex 2: Evaluation Questions with JudgementCriteria, Indicators and Methods
  • Annex 3: Methodological Approach
  • Annex 4: List of Persons Met
  • Annex 5: List of Documents Consulted
  • Part 2: Annexes setting the scene
  • Annex 6: Country Contextual Analysis
  • Annex 7: Timeline of Relevant EU Policies, Strategies and Instruments together with Government Policies and Events in Yemen
  • Part 3: Annexes informing our findings
  • Annex 8: Inventory of Development Cooperation, 2002-12
  • Annex 9: Intervention Logic Analysis
  • Annex 10: Monographs:
  • 1. Evolutions in the EU’s approach to state-building
  • 2. EU contribution to resilience – the cases of the Social Welfare Fund and the Social Fund for Development
  • 3. EU Responsiveness and Private Sector Development in Yemen