State of the Nation 1995 report’s aim is to establish an “observatory of development” that allows citizens to understand and be involved with the opportunities and potentialities of the development process, in a systematic and rigorous way.
The main subjects of this report are public expenditures, decentralization and human development. The report analyzes the provision of public resources assigned to social sectors in states of the country and their relationship to progress and deprivations in human development.
This report provides a wide overview of Uruguay's development over the past fifteen years from a Human Development perspective. The report discusses economic growth, poverty evolution, forms and degrees of inequality and democracy.
In addition to considering the subjects of the previous report, this second report focuses on the rural world. It tries to understand different circumstances that affect people living in the countryside.
The report provies a review of the progress made in human development in El Salvador since peace accords were signed in 1992. The report looks at human development through the social, economic, environmental and political aspects.
The first part of the HDR Ecuador 1999 is about the Human Development concept and its measurement. It considers such concepts as: poverty elimination, environmental politics and sustainability, governance, social and economical development aspects.