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?
Mongolia in the past fifty years achieved and sustained relatively high levels of education, health and income despite its large, land-locked territory, harsh climate, low natural productivity and widely dispersed population.
The Economics of Democracy: Financing Human Development in Indonesia
Indonesia's second NHDR focuses on financing Human Development. This
Report is meant as follow-up of the first NHDR, and aims at showing
how Indonesia can generate the resources needed to achieve higher levels of
human development and how the country can develop a
Nagaland State Human Development Report 2004 draws attention to human development indicators in the areas of income and livelihood, education, health and women’s empowerment, which are critical for the all-round development of the State.
Punjab is at a more advanced stage of development than most other Indian states. However, the remarkable achievements of the state have not been equitable. Amidst prosperity, pockets of deprivation remain among sections and areas.
The West Bengal Human Development Report (HDR) brings out a mixed picture of the current state of human development in West Bengal, with some important successes and also some areas of inadequate achievement, as well as certain emerging problems.