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Yemen - National Millennium Development Goals Report 2005 [English].
 
Yemen - National Millennium Development Goals Report 2003 [English].
This report is the first Nationak MDG report on Yemen. It contains a clear identification of goals, targets, indicators, analysis of goal development and trends, indicative costing, as well as an overview of the challenges and supporting programs and policies. It clearly demonstrates the agenda of the Yemeni government and its development partners for combating poverty and creating enabling environment for job opportunities, thus contributing to improvement of economic, social and political conditions of population at large.
 
Yemen - Human Development Report 2001 .
The second human development report deals with the civil society as a specific theme since it overlaps with most dimensions of human development. Civil society is indeed considered one of the indications that denote democratic transformation and the renewal of economic polices towards the market system and the adoption of partnership in development between the state, the civil society and the private sector. The civil society also reflects the mobility of the society in the context of a societal and economic reality that is changing and requires the concerted efforts of individuals within the popular institutional frameworks as counterparts to those made by governmental institutions.
 
Yemen - Human Development Report 1998 .
General Human Development Report focusing on assessment of Human Development Conditions. This report deals with several issues relating to human development in Yemen from the situation and the dynamics of population growth, the labour market, the trends and challenges of economic growth, rationalization of public expenditure, and policies to combat poverty. The report also analyses the educational, health and environmental situation and highlights the topic of civil society and its transformation.