Yemen has had some experience with PPPs via the Aggreko Al Hudaydah Power Stations 1 and 2 and container terminals at Aden and Ma’alla in the late 2000s. This momentum led to the drafting of a PPP Law in 2011, which sought to promote, facilitate, and regulate PPPs across infrastructure sectors in Yemen and the establishment of a PPP Unit within the Ministry of Planning in 2012. However, the PPP Law was never passed, and a second attempt at kick starting the process was aborted in 2013 as political and security conditions in the country deteriorated.

There is PPP potential in the transport sector (particularly ports) but the development of a PPP program will be influenced by the level of political and security stability in the country.

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