The Colombia HDR is mainly descriptive containing a great amount of statistics in the fields of health, poverty, income distribution, education and social expenditure. The report starts out by providing a good discussion on human development.
The Chilean report covers the theme of Human Security in an in-depth way using various methods of measuring this field. Two indices – one objective (ISHO) and the other one subjective (ISHS) – are introduced.
The core of the first Bolivia HDR is an analysis of the relationship between equity, competitiveness and institutions and the important role of a modern and proactive education. The Report also analyzes the condition for Human Development: population evolution and natural resources uses.
The 1998 Belize HDR "Placing People at the Centre of Our Development" discusses the origin and concept of human development, the Human Development Index (HDI), the Human Poverty Index (HPI), as well as other indexes and expenditure ratios.
The 1998 Argentina HDR is a document on people’s perception of human development and the possibilities for, and threats to, human development. The report analyses Argentineans' perception of themselves and their society.
The new report , ' Learning to Live Together, ' examines how Costa Rican society is in building community life - in ' the construction of us ' - and examines how people see others and how is related to the other members of society.
In the first Peruvian NHDR, the contemporary state of human development in Peru is presented on a broad base. The report discusses the issues of economic evolution and human development, generating employment, erasing poverty, and education