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Project Background

Discuss about the Impact On The Growth Of The Yemen People.

The drastic impacts of war had been seen on Yemen people. The economic condition and the security architecture is totally collapsed in Yemen after the occurrence of war. The 62% is the poverty level of the people residing in Yemen. The political structure of the Yemen is the major reason for the under development of the people living there. The feeling of insecurities is associated with the people of Yemen. The people are not able to earn their livelihood and lead a miserable life. The declination of the people is majorly occurs due to the occurrence of conflict, economic failure and displacement of the people for earning their livelihood (Mitre, 2012). The project “Enhance Rural Resilience in Yemen (ERRY)”was designed to uplift the critical condition of the Yemen People. In this paper, we are looking forward to analyse the risks associated with ERRY program which have a direct impact on the growth of the Yemen people and design a risks mitigation strategies for resolving the risks.

The Yemen population is facing their hard times from decades after the occurrence of war. The people are living in the miserable condition with the feeling of insecurities to humanitarian. The Government of Yemen have designed a ERRY program for giving strength to the rural people to earn their livelihood. The ERRY program was designed which is capable of minimizing the local risks of the people and strengthen their living standards. The following table shows the outcome of the proposed project:

Expected Outcome

Targets for the Year Completion

Progress at the year Completion

Strengthening Livelihood of the rural people

Reactivation Development plan for 60 village cooperative council and 125 new village cooperative council

Implementation of the self-help program

Providing social business for the development of 12, 950 men and women

Indirect Benefit to around 14000 men and women

Restoration plan for 52 community assets

High progress have been seen in the development of village cooperative council i.e. development of 181 reactivation of village cooperative council, development of 160 resilience proposal plan, and Implementation of 249 self-help community program

The direct benefit is given to around 11,893 men and women

The indirect benefit is provided to around 16,065 people

Restoration plan for 52 community assets

Sustainable Opportunities with the development of solar energy power plant

Increasing accessibility of solar energy to around 40 rural areas

Improving economic assets of the rural area which are productive

Increasing accessibility of solar energy to around 40 rural areas

Development of market places

Development of Social Cohesion for service Delivery

Service Delivery by building social contracts for meeting requirement of the community

30 Set ups of water unit association

30 Arabic trainers for resolving the conflicts of the people

2 Conflict analysis by the district administrator

30 Set ups of water unit association

42 Arabic trainers for resolving the conflicts of the people

2 Conflict analysis by the district administrator

Financial Services delivered to rural people

Restoration of the services provided to the public

Monitoring of the public service delivery model (APM Knowledge, 2012)

Training provided to the local authorities

Strengthening partnership with private companies

Indirect benefit to the 400 community forums

Assessment of the business activities

220 community members get indirect benefit from the training program

Assessment of the business activities

The implementation of the ERRY program is equipped with various challenges such as dealing with long negotiation process with joint coordination unit of ERRY program, Security related to the programming activities during the implementation process, clashing of arms, lack of financial support, lack of coordination between central and the local authorities, difficulty in recruiting staff for managing the flow of required work of ERRY program, vulnerabilities associated with the resilience program of the rural people, and others. The expected outcome of the proposed project is that the rural community people will be able to handle their local risks by increasing their livelihood and social cohesion between them (Sellappan, and Palanikumar, 2013).


The ERRP program is effective in the deployment of compliance program with UNDP partners for upgrading the livelihood program of the Yemen people. The monitoring and evaluation of the risks by the steering committee helps in minimising the chaotic environment at work place. The assessment of the risks and annual work plan of the ERRY program helps in managing successful completion of the underlying project. The upgrading of the ERRY policy framework can be effectively done with the deployment of monitoring and evaluation plan. The focus should be given on organizing a training and development program for the rural community members to get effective result of sustainability in earning livelihood (Butler, and Fischbeck, 2014). The management of the legal obligation helps in the smooth flow of the ERRY program. The successful implementation of the ERRY program helps in providing employment to thousands of people to increase their livelihood and living standards. The increase in the financial condition of the individual will result in increasing the national economy (Barkley, 2013). The integration of the financial reporting system with the ERRY program helps in monitoring financial status of the Yemen people which was about 62% below poverty line (Zolghadri, and Vahdani, 2015). The controlling of the budget can be effectively done with the implementation of auditing tools and technologies. The coordination of the action work plan helps in analysing the project execution complementary plan for the expected outcome of the project. The successful implementation of the project helps in eliminating the feeling of insecurities and threats from the people by increasing their livelihood income (Cumming and Hirtle, 2012). The expected outcomes of the project are highlighted below:

Expected Outcome

Output 1: The ERRY program helps in strengthening the livelihood of the rural community members of Yemen

Output 2: The sustainable approach with the accessing of solar energy in every rural areas to provide benefits to the society

Output 3: Service Delivery through the management of social contacts

Output 4: Analysis of the financial statement of the local authorities

Output 5: Managing links with the private sector companies for strengthening the action delivery plan

The identification of the risks is the important part of the project completion because it helps in resolving the conflict and chaos which occurred with the completion of the project. The ERRY program is equipped with five major outcomes (Musa, 2014). The expected outcomes are associated with numerous risks which interrupts the successful complement of the project. The expected outcomes and associated risks are discussed below:

  • The ERRY program helps in strengthening the livelihood of the rural community members of Yemen: The social and the political risks interrupt the policy framework of the ERRY program in providing effective livelihood to the common people (Sohrabnejad, and Rahimi, 2015)
  • The sustainable approach with the accessing of solar energy in every rural areas: The legal obligations interrupts the implementation of the solar plant for accessing solar energy through every rural communities
  • Service Delivery through the management of social contacts: The state and the national legal boundaries and approval plans interrupts the social contracts for the delivery of solar and water supply energy (Befeki, Epstein, Yuthas, 2015)
  • Analysis of the financial statement of the local authorities: The financial risks associated with the limited supply of the resources for the management of ERRY program (OECD, 2012).
  • Managing links with the private sector companies: The service level agreement should be signed with the private sector companies for undertaking the project of the ERRY program to provide employment to the rural people.

Risk Identification

Risks Category

Probability

Impact

Lack of Legitimacy authorization from the national government

Political Risks

High

Limitation in the ownership of the ERRY program by the central government

Conflict and chaos between the political parties

Political Risks

Medium

The interruption in the resilience policies for the welfare of the local community and rural people

Impartiality in the political control at different geographical location of Yemen

Political Risks

Medium

Conflicts in the working schedule of the participating parties

Impartiality in the perception of international ruling authorities

Political Risk

High

Conflict, chaos, and distraction in the programming activities

Deterioration of security policies

Security risks

High

Limitation in the accessing of the ERRY policy framework

Inclusion of threats from the international ruling authorities

Limitation in the Financial Funding

Financial Risks

High

Limitation in achieving sustainability of the rural people

Lack of Business capacity

Operational Risks

Low

Limitation in the technical facilities will result in providing livelihood to the limited number of people (Purnus and Bodia, 2012)

Limitation in providing approval for the new business unit

Insecurity associated with Humanitarian crisis

Security

High

The feeling of insecurity restrict the rural people to participate in the ERRY program (Morris, 2016)

Inequality and discrimination risks

Social Risks

Medium

Underpinning of the rural people on the basis of their caste and religion

Limitation in the providing training program

Social Risks

Low

Lack of skills and expertise in carrying over water and solar energy program efficiently

Inflation

Financial Risks

Medium

Lack of financial Funding

Violation of Human Rights

Social Risks

Medium

Adverse effect on the capability of the workers

Governance policy framework

Social Risks

Medium

Inequality on the basis of caste and gender

Inequality in accessing resilience services

 

The identification of the risks with the deployment of EYYR program helps in setting priority to resolve the risks proactively so that the conflicts, chaos, and distraction can be eliminated during the implementation of the EYYR program (Curits, and Carey, 2013). The ranking system helps in identifying the priority of the risks to solve the considerable risks. The ranking of the risks helps in identifying the severity of the risks in the underlying project.

The criteria used for risks Likelihood is:

4 = Very Likely (Very High Probability to occur)

3 = Likely (High Probability to occur)

2 = Unlikely (Medium Probability to occur)

1 = Very Unlikely (Low Probability to occur)

The criteria used for ranking risks Severity

4 = Very High

3 = High

2 = Medium

1 = Low

Risks Identified

Risks Likelihood

Risks Severity

Risks Ranking

Lack of Legitimacy authorization from the national government

4

4

8

Conflict and chaos between the political parties

3

2

5

Impartiality in the political control at different geographical location of Yemen

4

2

6

Impartiality in the perception of international ruling authorities

2

2

4

Deterioration of security policies

3

3

6

Limitation in the Financial Funding

4

4

8

Lack of Business capacity

3

1

4

Insecurity associated with Humanitarian crisis

1

1

2

Inequality and discrimination risks

2

2

4

Limitation in the providing training program

2

3

5

Inflation

2

3

5

Violation of Human Rights

3

4

7

Governance policy framework

3

4

7

 

The mitigation approach of the ERRY program depends on the following principles which should be taken under consideration while designing the risks strategic and mitigation plan to cope up with the risks identified successfully. Some of which are listed below:

  • The focus should be given conflict and chaos management by following the concept of “DO NO HARM” (Khameneh, Taheri, and Ershadi, 2016)
  • Training and development program for upgrading skills of the rural workers according to the requirement of the project
  • The regular feedback of activities should be collected from staff members and rural community members for upgrading the change management plan
  • Maximizing the skills and expertise of the team members.
  • The positive feedback and active participation of the Yemen people helps in accelerating the growth of the ERRY program (Aven, 2016).
  • The development of the knowledge management program helps in identifying the conflict and issues with the working program and elaborating it with effective resolution plan.

Risks Identification

Risks Description

Score

Ranking

Risk Mitigation plan

Responsible Authority

Lack of Legitimacy authorization from the national government

Limitation in the ownership of the ERRY program by the central government

8

High

Development of modality structure for the direct implementation of the ERRY project

Development of steering committee for getting approval of the project from state and the national government

Steering Committee

Conflict and chaos between the political parties

The interruption in the resilience policies for the welfare of the local community and rural people

5

Medium

Analysis of the political background of the working partners

Analysis of the conflict issues of the working parties

Communication with the internal and external parties

Political Parties

Impartiality in the political control at different geographical location of Yemen

Conflicts in the working schedule of the participating parties

6

Medium

Analysis of the conflict issues of the working parties

Communication with the internal and external parties

Impartiality in the perception of international ruling authorities

Conflict, chaos, and distraction in the programming activities

4

High

Continuous engagement program for the local parties and rural worker

Resolution to the social issues

Sharing of information, knowledge, and perception

Involvement of rural community members in the designing of policies framework

Deterioration of security policies

Limitation in the accessing of the ERRY policy framework

Inclusion of threats from the international ruling authorities

6

High

Undertaking the assessment of security architecture for forming remedial solution of the conflict and chaos (Sharma and Pratap, 2013)

Deployment of security structure for effective sharing of confidential information among NGOs and other private sector companies

Monitoring of working proposal by the third party

Government Authorities

Limitation in the Financial Funding

Limitation in achieving sustainability of the rural people

8

High

Providing local transportation to the resources

Cost cutting of the extra expenditure

Development of the budget with the allocation of resources

Development of cost overview analysis report

Project sponsor

Lack of Business capacity

Limitation in the technical facilities will result in providing livelihood to the limited number of people

Limitation in providing approval for the new business unit

4

Low

Proactive undertaking of capacity assessment of the businesses

Training and development program for the local people to increase their skills and talents according to the requirement of the ERRY project

Project Manager

Insecurity associated with Humanitarian crisis

The feeling of insecurity restrict the rural people to participate in the ERRY program

2

High

Planning of eliminating interruptions in the service provision

Monitoring of activities flow between different authorities and parties

Security analyst

Inequality and discrimination risks

Underpinning of the rural people on the basis of their caste and religion

4

Medium

The selection of the employees should be based on the eligibility criteria without setting any discrimination and inequality on the basis of caste and gender

Government authorities

Limitation in the providing training program

Lack of skills and expertise in carrying over water and solar energy program efficiently

5

Low

Development of community development committees for providing training and development program for the rural people

Government authorities

Inflation

Lack of financial Funding

5

Medium

Solving conflict issues and  interruption in the flow of activities

Government authorities

Violation of Human Rights

Adverse effect on the capability of the workers

7

Low

The selection of the employees should be based on the eligibility criteria without setting any discrimination and inequality on the basis of caste and gender

Government authorities

Governance policy framework

Inequality on the basis of caste and gender

Inequality in accessing resilience services

7

Medium

Inequality and discrimination should not be undertaken while designing the policies for the resilience of the rural people

Government authorities

 

The identification and mitigation of the risks are associated with the monitoring and control plan for achieving successful implementation of ERRY program. The deployment of monitoring and control policies helps in identifying residual risks associated with the project. The analysis of the new risks helps in identifying continuity and sustainability approach for providing resilience program to the rural people of Yemen. The allocation of the resources and associated legal agreement of authorities can be effectively done proactively with the inclusion of monitoring and control plan. The following diagram shows the application of monitoring program to achieve zero risks.

Risk Identification

The deployment of risks monitoring system helps in managing the response associated with the identified risks, analysing validity of the project assumption and constraints, triggering of action plan, deployment of corrective action plan, and others. The following figure shows the input and output of monitoring and control policies:

The risks monitoring process associated with the ERRY program of Yemen is comprised of six phases which are classified as auditing of project risks response, analysis of the periodic risks reviews, analysis of the earned value and profitability of the organization, management of critical design features, design reviews, planning of additional risks response, and others.

The risks control policy framework is used for monitoring of the risks metrics and milestone program for taking appropriate contingency approach. The efficiency of the risks management can be improved with the monitoring program. The monitoring and control policies helps in identifying the coordination in the risks identified and associated risks mitigation plan, effectiveness in the resource utilization program, avoiding discrimination in the selection of the employees for EYYR program, minimizing risks associated with the UN legislation, re-evaluation of the risks mitigation plan, balancing the financial statement of the resources and processes, signing of service level agreement, and others. The following table shows the monitoring and control policies associated with the EYYR Yemen.

Input

Tool and Technologies

Output

Description

Risk management plan

Auditing tools for generating response to the project risks

Fall back plan

The auditing tools are used for cutting down the cost for managing the financial funding of the required resources

Risk action plan

Reviews associated with the periodic risks

Taking corrective action plan

The corrective action plan should be deployed for managing risks

Communication in the project activities

Analysis of the profitability and earned values

Managing change request in the government policy structure

Communication with the internal and external partners helps in reducing political risks and social risks associated with the ERRY plan

Risk identification and analysis report

Management of the critical design features

Deployment and upgrading of the risks action plan

The preparation of the database helps in identifying the gaps in the risks identified and risks management plan

Required changes in the scope management plan

Reviews of the response design generated

Managing risks identification and mitigation database

The changes employed can be balanced for managing legislation policies

Planning of the additional risks response

Checklist of risks identified

Managing risks response

The monitoring of the risks identified helps in measuring the performance of the expected outcome of the project. The vulnerability of the risks can be identified for monitoring the changes required. The key performance indicator helps in identifying the required output. The progress report helps in identifying checklist for monitoring of the process (Massingham, 2012). The assessment of the risks activities helps in ensuring the success of the EYYR program for conducting resilience program for the people of Yemen. The annual joint monitoring system helps in identifying progress report of the underlying project. The development of the checklist helps in identifying the accountability framework for evaluation of the risks assessment and monitoring framework. The conflict associated with the legal obligations can be effectively settled by deploying the relative communication plan between the internal and external parties.

The arrangement of technical meeting related to the progress report of ERRY program helps in analysing the legal control of the UN policies and framework on the deployment of the risks identified. The steering committee organized for ERRY program helps in taking approval of the project from the state and the national government and settle down the conflicts with the international UN legislation policies (Harvett, 2013). The analysis of the expected outcome helps in analysing the new adopted policies for annual risks management and mitigation plan.

The evaluation of the risks identification and risks mitigation plan helps in analysing the constraints and challenges associated with the deployment of ERRY program. The assessment of the risks activities helps in bringing strengthening to the livelihood by the deployment of resilience program for the rural workers. The alignment of the activities according to the requirement of the proposed changes planned in the evaluation process of resilience program for Yemen people (Vasvari, 2015).

The progress report is prepared for the ERRY program on the basis of annual work plan of the project. The monitoring of the annual work plan helps in managing the constraint and risks associated with the project outcome (Verbano  and Venturini, 2013). The monitoring and evaluation system helps in handling reports of the UN governmental agencies which can have a legal impact on the working program of ERRY policy framework for the betterment of the Yemen people living standard. The inclusion of NGOs helps in managing alternative option for Joint coordination unit.

Community Engagement program: The ERRY program helps in managing community engagement program for developing the selection criteria in the resilience program for the uplifting of the rural community workers. The participatory regulatory parties help in initializing the risks mitigation plans for the identified risks in the curriculum of the organization of a resilience program for Yemen community members.

Generation of Income: The water and solar energy plants are developed for increasing the livelihood income of the people of Yemen who are suffering from the poverty due to the crisis of the war. The inclusion of new earning mode helps in identifying the cash work flow for the growth of the living standards of the Yemen people (Duong, 2012). The re-habitation of the people due to the deployment of solar plant infrastructure helps in increasing the earning capability of the common people.

Financial Statement: The financial condition of the people can be effectively improved by launching the new policies of water and solar power system under ERRY program. The feeling of insecurities and discrimination can be overcome by the deployment of the ERRY program because it works on the principle of equality for providing equal opportunities of employment to men and women by setting selection criteria.

Formulation of Business plan: The joint venture is signed with the international legislation policies for managing financial funding of the program.

Benefit to the society: The social and the political issues can be effectively eliminated by the inclusion of ERRY program. The upgrading of the society can be done by indulging the program of ERRY for increasing the livelihood of the Yemen people.

Recovery of the Yemen People: The ERRY program is helpful for upgrading the living standards of the Yemen people by providing them the means of earning and livelihood with the inclusion of water and solar plant.

Conclusion

The crisis of the war has destroyed the economic condition of the Yemen. The people were living very miserable life. The project “Enhance Rural Resilience in Yemen (ERRY)”was designed to uplift the critical condition of the Yemen People. The ERRY program was designed which is capable of minimizing the local risks of the people and strengthen their living standards. The expected outcome of the proposed project is that the rural community people will be able to handle their local risks by increasing their livelihood and social cohesion between them. The identification of the risks with the deployment of EYYR program helps in setting priority to resolve the risks proactively so that the conflicts, chaos, and distraction can be eliminated during the implementation of the EYYR program. The positive feedback and active participation of the Yemen people helps in accelerating the growth of the ERRY program. The deployment of monitoring and control policies helps in identifying residual risks associated with the project. The efficiency of the risks management can be improved with the monitoring program. The monitoring and control policies helps in identifying the coordination in the risks identified and associated risks mitigation plan, effectiveness in the resource utilization program, avoiding discrimination in the selection of the employees for EYYR program, minimizing risks associated with the UN legislation, re-evaluation of the risks mitigation plan, balancing the financial statement of the resources and processes, signing of service level agreement, and others. The analysis of the new risks helps in identifying continuity and sustainability approach for providing resilience program to the rural people of Yemen.

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