The 2002 NHDR serves as a follow up to the previous analyses of the five pillars of human development by focusing on the political dimension of development. Its aim is to identify the principal challenges, advances and shortcomings of the democratic process in Honduras.
This report addresses three different but closely tied subjects. The focus of analysis bears on women issues in Guatemala, at three key stages in their life cycle: childhood and adolescence, adulthood and the third age.
At the origin of the eighth edition of Costa Rica's HDRs was this question: "does the NHDR fulfill a social need in Costa Rica?" This question translates in the Report into a reflection on the most pressing issues of public interest that is above all meant to lead to action.
The aim of the Report 2002 is to evaluate the state of human development at the dawn of the new century and to show how the options for advancing in this development depend, to a large extent, on the political capabilities of Bolivian society and the nation’s actors of development.
Argentina has the human and economic resources to overcome its current crisis, but needs significant reforms to remedy growing poverty and glaring inequality, according to this most recent NHDR, prepared by an independent group of experts.
This report provides a database of Human Development indicators disaggregated at the municipal level. Further, the Report identifies the development opportunities offered to Paraguayans and analyses their capabilities to seize these development opportunities.