Gender inequality is costing sub-Saharan Africa on average $US95 billion a year, peaking at US$105 billion in 2014– or six percent of the region’s GDP – jeopardising the continent’s efforts for inclusive human development and economic growth, according to the Africa Human Development Report 2016.
Yemen is facing a large tremendous challenges in socioeconomic, development, political, security, as well as culture integration at a time when many countries in the world notable developing countries are advancing in all sphere of life including economic advancement and cultural evolution.
AGRICULTURE, SECURITE ALIMENTAIRE ET DEVELOPPEMENT HUMAIN AU BENIN
This edition of the National Report on Human Development is published at a time when the world is about to enter a new era of multilateral cooperation, crucial for the future of the planet for the next fifteen years.
An assessment of the status of human security and human development in Nigeria
Human security analysis is an aspect of human development analysis broadly conceived, an approach initiated by Haq, Sen and associates. The same researchers formulated human security and human development as part of the same enterprise.
Climate change is globally acknowledged as one of the most significant development challenges facing humanity. There is increasing evidence that climate change is directly affecting the social, economic and human development of countries.
Over the past decade, Tanzania has experienced an impressive average annual GDP growth rate of 7%. However, contrary to the widespread expectations of many, the high growth rate did not result in commensurate poverty reduction.
Accelerating Inclusive Growth for Sustainable Human Development in Ethiopia
Over the 15 years since the country’s last National Human Development Report (NHDR) was published Ethiopia has undergone significant economic and social changes and has recorded some of the highest growth rates in the world-over 10 per cent in some years.