The report is about human development in Lesotho, particularly from the perspective of youth.
It is directed to policy-makers, youth, development practitioners, journalists, captains in the private sector, civil society, development partners and all the citizens concerned about Lesotho’s human progress. The purpose is to solicit not only attention, but also action.
Serbia’s Human Development Report examines the country’s ‘invisible face of resilience’ or social capital –as manifested by peoples’ actions in times of crisis. In particular the report frames ‘resilience’ as the ability of Serbian municipalities to resist, absorb, adapt and recover from the effects of natural disasters – and to “build back better”. In doing so, the report seeks to compare municipalities through a new ‘Capitals for Resilience Index’.
The 2016 edition on Migration, Human Development and Poverty Reduction in Mali offers a detailed analysis of the links between migration and human development. It gives the state of human development in the country and also provides information on the issue of migration in Mali.
L’édition 2016 dont le thème est : Migration, Développement Humain et Lutte contre la Pauvreté au Mali offre une analyse détaillée sur les liens entre les migrations et le développement humain. Il donne l’état du développement humain dans le pays et renseigne également sur la problématique de la migration au Mali.
Sixth in the series, Arab Human Development Report (AHDR) 2016: Youth and the Prospects for Human Development in a Changing Reality examines challenges and opportunities facing youth in the region, especially since the transformative changes that had swept across many Arab countries in 2011. The report provides an evidenced-based overview on youth in the region. It also seeks to stimulate a broad debate between key stakeholders and the youth themselves on the future of development in the Arab States region and best means of involving youth in shaping that future.