Reports

2017
Country or Region:
Zimbabwe
Description:

The ZHDR 2017 has a special focus on issues of climate change, hence its theme is Climate Change and Human Development: Towards Building a Climate Resilient Nation. This is because the Government of Zimbabwe regards climate change as a challenge which has the potential to undermine many of the positive achievements made in meeting the country’s development goals. The ZHDR 2017 seeks to provide an in-depth analysis of challenges relating to climate change and human development in order to mainstream climate change into national planning and build the resilience of vulnerable people in the country to climate change using a human development lens.

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National
2017
Country or Region:
Russian Federation
Description:

The Report examines the environmental priorities of sustainable development in Russia and associated with social and regional inequality, the transformation of the model of the Russian economy.

экономического роста, укреплением систем здравоохранения и образования, сокращением В Докладе рассмотрены экологические приоритеты устойчивого развития России и связанные с социального и регионального неравенства, трансформацией модели российской экономики. ними вопросы рационального использования природных ресурсов и охраны окружающей среды.

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National
2017
Country or Region:
Estonia
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The Estonian Human Development Report is a collection of examinations compiled by the most renowned scientists in Estonia. This biennially released report is guided by the UN Human Development Index but increasingly reflects the Estonian socio-economic reality and development choices by tackling specific themes. The subject is presented by the Estonian Cooperation Assembly.

Please visit the report website using the link below.

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National
2017
Country or Region:
Dominican Republic
Description:

Teenage pregnancy in the Dominican Republic is a complex problem and of high concern to the national agenda. Available data indicate that 22% of women between 12-19 years have been pregnant. This rate is 34% higher than the average for Latin America and the Caribbean. Teenage pregnancy is concentrated in specific areas of the country – the southern provinces and central Cibao - as well as among poorer people. The fact that the indicator (adolescent fertility rate) has shown little variation in the last three decades makes the picture complex. All this poses a development challenge that requires urgent attention, especially in a country that has experienced significant progress in terms of economic growth and improvements in many of its social indicators.

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