The 2011 Viet Nam Human Development Report finds that economic growth has been the major driver of Viet Nam’s human development progress, while health and education have contributed less to overall progress.
The Future of Rural Livelihoods in the Face of Climate Change
The focus in the 2011 Cambodia Human Development Report is on climate change and rural live-lihoods. While this captures only part of the picture of climate change in Cambodia, it is an essential starting point.
The report highlights the essential role played by micro, small and medium enterprises in the promotion of human development in the country, and through four main pillars, namely economic growth, that is inclusive and pro-poor, social progress, participation, empowerment throw micro finance, and
This report focuses on services offered in the agriculture, education, health, and
water and sanitation sectors. As such, it touches on the basics of human well-being,
which are fundamental to human development and respect for human life. The
Sustainability and Equity: A Better Future for All
The 2011 Human Development Report argues that the urgent global challenges of sustainability and equity must be addressed together – and identifies policies on the national and global level that could spur mutually reinforcing progress towards these interlinked goals.