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.
The report underlines the effects of the long lasting internal conflict on the evolution of human development. The analysis draws attention to the differences at the national and regional levels and between men and women.
The report argues that human settlement formation and sustenance rests on creating capacities to continuously resolve socio-cultural, political and economic problems and conflicts, as well as addressing issues related to the natural environment.
Building competitiveness in the face of vulnerability
The first Human Development Report for the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) calls on the nine small island member states to build economic competitiveness and promote human development, in the face of vulnerabilities ranging from trade imbalances to hurricanes and volcanoes.
The Report focuses on Sustainable Human Development in Central America. It gives a record of Central American countries' efforts to become a more united and integrated region, and increase its capacity to promote human development.
Por medio de una amplia compilacion y analisis de datos, muchos de ellos ineditos, el informe traza un exhaustivo retrato de la diversidad en la Centroamerica contemporanea, que permite identificar prioridades especificas de politica publica.