Innovative service delivery stocktake: DFID case study of service delivery in fragile & conflict affected situations using CSAE framework. Yemen Social Fund For Development.

Abstract

This case study discusses the environment prior to the establishment of the Social Fund for Development (SFD - economic and political context, and arrangements for service delivery); the shortcomings associated with the environment for service delivery prior to the establishment of the SFD; and the establishment of the SFD as a semi-autonomous Government institution under Law No. 10 (1997). In the first two phases (1997-2000 and 2001-2003), SFD had three main areas of intervention:
i. Community Development (increasing access to social and economic infrastructure)
ii. Capacity Building (building capacity of local partners)
iii. Small and Micro Enterprise Development (providing microfinance services).
A fourth intervention area of Labour Intensive Programmes was added in the third phase (2004-2010), in response to the economic shocks engendered by the global financial crisis.

This case study then assesses the efficacy of the 'intervention'.

Citation

Anon. Innovative service delivery stocktake: DFID case study of service delivery in fragile & conflict affected situations using CSAE framework. Yemen Social Fund For Development. (2011) 10 pp.

Innovative service delivery stocktake: DFID case study of service delivery in fragile & conflict affected situations using CSAE framework. Yemen Social Fund For Development.

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