2001

Cambodia has the highest HIV prevalence rate in Southeast Asia, but has made heartening progress in lowering that rate in recent years, according to the Cambodia Human Development Report 2001.

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The second human development report deals with the civil society as a specific theme since it overlaps with most dimensions of human development.

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The choice of Health, Education and Employment themes replies to the interest of Tunisian authorities to deepen the analysis of the realized progress in these fields.

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The report focuses on reconstructing and developing effective and participatory forms of governance, the reestablishment of a strong economy based on increased trade and better safeguards against the vulnerabilities of the international trading system and restoring judicial systems in the country

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Education & Labour Market Challenges Of Human Development

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The Senegal NHDR 2001 looks at the impact of governance on human development. In 2000 the first fully transparent elections were held in Senegal, testing the democratic capabilities of the state institutions, the press, civil society organizations and the public.

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The 2000/2001 Namibia NHDR focuses on Gender and Violence and its impact on Namibian society.

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The precarious living conditions of the majority of Mozambicans may first lead to the erroneous perception that the differentiated analysis of the HD of men and of women is a forced exercise, limited only to the agendas of those who wish to follow the fashion in contemporary social debate, by dea

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This first Human Development Report on Malawi aims at ssessing Malawi's development situation from the perspective of the human development paradigm.

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In Kenya, access to social, economic and political opportunities is far from equal. The Report probes these inequalities to discover the main causes, looking at income and employment, social development and access to social services.

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