COVID-19 crisis is more than a global health emergency; it is a systemic human development crisis, reflecting our interaction with the ecosystem we are part of, which is already affecting the economic and social dimensions of development in unprecedented ways.
The Roma Human Development Report 2003 points out that four to five million people in the region endure living conditions close to those of sub-Saharan Africa in terms of illiteracy, infant mortality and malnutrition.
This report addresses three different but closely tied subjects. The focus of analysis bears on women issues in Guatemala, at three key stages in their life cycle: childhood and adolescence, adulthood and the third age.
The Slovenian National Human Development Report, prepared by the Slovenian Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (UMAD), focuses on general human development trends in 2002-2003, with special attention paid to health and the health care system.
The 2006 National Report on Human Development is dedicated to healthcare. The report outlines and provides the analysis of the healthcare development in Uzbekistan over the years of independence, describes the urgent problems in the field, new tendencies and possible ways of their solution.