The new report provides an excellent opportunity to deepen our understanding of human development and how it applies to Kosovo. Whilst the first report established a base-line, the second report explored in greater detail the differences in development in Kosovan population. The KHDR 2006 report explores the human development concerns of one of the most critical segments of Kosovo society, the youth, which represent both the potential wealth of the Kosovo society for accelerated development and, at the same time, a major potential risk if it is not approached adequately. This report also assess whether there have been improvements in human development since 2002 and identify different development challenges that have emerged since first KHDR report.
* In line with UNSCR 1244 (1999)
In this fourth report, the main subject is human development and decentralization. Is the concept of Human Development applicable at the local level? How can development be achieved? This report discusses some aspects of this complex phenomenon in order to offer guidelines to action and decision-making.
The Honduras NHDR 1998 examines the relationship between social spending and human development, with a classification of the departments by levels of spending. In addition, municipalities are analyzed and data for the rural areas are provided.