The NHDR 2003 focusses on defining Human Security in Latvia. As a result of Latvia's transition from the Soviet occupation to a market economy after its independence, the people of Latvia has experienced substantive changes in their lives in the past ten years.
The NHDR 2003 provides a comprehensive analysis of the water situation in Kazakhstan and will serve as a foundation of Government as well as NGOs and private sector's actions. Regional development studies and MDGRs have revealed that water plays a key role in Kazakhstan's human development.
The Czech National Human Development Report, prepared by the Center for Social and Economic Strategies of Charles University in Prague, focuses on identifying the most important problems of human develoment in the Czech Republic and formulating priorities and possible methods for their solution.
"Where will I be in 2015" is the slogan that has been chosen for the promotion of this year’s NHDR that is focused on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that all countries have committed to achieve by 2015.
The Azerbaijan NHDR report of 2003 deals with the role of Information and New Technologies in Human Development. This builds on the Azerbaijani President's recent approval of a National ICT Strategy. The NHDR analyzes a small-scale survey on how introduction of ICT affects people's lives.
This is the first National Human Development Report 2003 for Pakistan. The report examines new questions such as: How do distorted markets for goods and services result in the loss of income for the poor?
Mongolia in the past fifty years achieved and sustained relatively high levels of education, health and income despite its large, land-locked territory, harsh climate, low natural productivity and widely dispersed population.