Local Development (Regional/Rural)

The report proposes a “three-dimensional” LHDI, which reflects the philosophy of the global HDI. The LHDI differs from the HDI in the particular sub-indices used and in the different measurements available in public statistics or administrative sources.

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The second Human Development Report of Uttar Pradesh has been prepared by the State Government highlighting the status of human development in U.P. with a detailed analysis of its key components viz., education, health and per capital income along with other related aspects.

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The main theme of the Russian Federation's fourth NHDR is regional and social inequality regarding human development.

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The report offers some frameworks for further expanding choices for some of the poorest and most vulnerable groups in the country.

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The theme of the first Sri Lanka HDR is to analyze regional achievements and shortfalls in human development in order to answer a series of questions.

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The report focuses on livelihood security and empowerment. It attempts to set out at some length the distance travelled since the last report.

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The report focuses mainly on rural poverty eradication since poverty in Uganda is largely a rural phenomenon. The emphasis is on empowerment, in both the political and economic sense of the word.

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This report is the result of the first Human Development Index study in El Salvador at a departmental level, disaggregated by geographical area (rural and urban) and by sex.

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The main focus of the report is the decentralization process in Chile and its implications for the geographic equity of human development. The authors note a strong inequality among the Chilean regions and municipalities.

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Whereas the first Polish NHDR summarized the first years of transition and emphasized the social cost of the process, the 1996 NHDR focused particularly on the themes of the Second UN conference on Human Settlements (HABITAT II), with particular reference to the critical housing situation in the

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