Employment - Sustainable Livelihood

The basic theme of this year's NHDR is the challenges facing Tajikistan in
consolidating the gains under the General Agreement on Peace and National Reconciliation
into sustainable economic and social development. The report describes and analyses

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Cambodia's fourth NHDR documents the magnitude of child labor in Cambodia, and attempts to understand the determinants of child labor within the context of the overall labor market in the country. It also explores the links between child labor, human development, and human rights.

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The Report looks at human development in Zambia from the perspective of employment and sustainable livelihoods. The Report analyses the state of human deprivation in the country, finding that the most basic deprivation is with respect to access to food.

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The Challenge of Employment-Creation in Uganda

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International Insertion, Employment and Human Development

The Report focuses on the links between economic international integration, the labour market and social capital. The Report aims to identify the challenges of sustainable human development for Uruguay in the context of globalization.

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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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Education & Labour Market Challenges Of Human Development

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This year's Report focuses on "work and well-being" and addresses the issue of providing employment of quality. The Report aims at highlighting the relationships between growth, employment, poverty and human development.

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This year's Human Development Report Poland 2004 'Working out Employment' is the eighth
example of the Polish national report in the United Nations Human Development Report series.

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Building sustainable livelihoods

Many reports talk about poverty and the poor, but few actually provide the space for the poor themselves
to take centre stage and to talk about their lives. Jordan’s second National Human Development Report

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