State Institutions During Conflict: Yemen Customs Authority

October 30, 2016


Building state institutions is a slow and complex process that takes years to begin yielding tangible results.  A major challenge for any post-conflict recovery plans will be rebuilding the effectiveness of key state institutions, especially those relating to core government functions.


The Customs Authority is one such institution, and this latest paper from DeepRoot highlights the impact of the ongoing war on the Customs Authority.  The Customs Authority provides an example of the magnitude of challenges faced by many of Yemen’s state institutions, which have been similarly debilitated during the course of the conflict.


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