Poverty

The Nepal Human Development Report 2001 explores the twin concerns of Poverty Reduction and Governance through the lens of human development.

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The aim of the Report 2002 is to evaluate the state of human development at the dawn of the new century and to show how the options for advancing in this development depend, to a large extent, on the political capabilities of Bolivian society and the nation’s actors of development.

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The Hungarian National Human Development Report, prepared by the Institute for World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Science, focuses on the issue of poverty and poverty assistance.

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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?

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The report targets the reduction of poverty and hunger. This special emphasis is based on a number of factors. First, agriculture, and by extension food security and the reduction of hunger.

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Le présent rapport, "Décentralisation et réduction de la pauvreté", ambitionne d'évaluer les chances réelles des communes du Mali de mieux lutter contre la pauvreté.

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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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Diversities potential for development

Montenegrin Report highlights three major issues - inequality, gender and poverty. Inequality proves to be concerning global issue. Ten percent of world's richest account for 54% of global income.

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Operationalizing the MDGs in Albania

The Albania NHDR 2005 focus on Pro-Poor and Pro-Women HD issues through surveys and research at the local level dealing with perceptions on poverty and gender issues.

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While both the Chinese Government and the international community recognize the threats and challenges that China faces in terms of effectively advancing its poverty reduction campaign, the current debate is no longer about "what" and "why", but "how".

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