This report is a diagnostic over the challenges of the country, the reform process and the high economic growth with a widening of the human capabilities with the object of increasing the access to opportunities.
Towards a stronger society to govern the future: Social capital and citizenship
Thierry Lemaresquier - Resident Representative (UNDP)
Eugenio Ortega R. - Coordinator (UNDP)
Marianne Krause (Escuela de Psicología - Universidad Católica de Chile)
Tony Mifsud (Centro de Ética - Universidad Alberto Hurtado)
UNDP Brazil, in conjunction with the Ministry of Planning's Applied Economic Research Institute (IPEA) and the Joao Pinheiro Foundation (MG), has been producing an annual "Atlas of Human Development in Brazil" since 1997.
Bolivia's NHDR 2000 presents an analysis of people's values and aspirations in the context of the Bolivian society's modernization. The authors address the following questions: What are Bolivia's values and aspirations in a diverse society? Does a collective "imaginary" society exist?
International Insertion, Employment and Human Development
The Report focuses on the links between economic international integration, the labour market and social capital. The Report aims to identify the challenges of sustainable human development for Uruguay in the context of globalization.
The aim of this report is to analyze ways of financing the expenditure required to cover the various dimensions of human development in Guatemala. The report focuses on the fiscal dimension, as a crucial one for achieving the basic needs of the population.
The report reviews the development gaps and challenges faced by El Salvador, including the new challenges that emerged after the 2001 earthquakes. It focuses on the human development situation of El Salvador analyzed from an institutional and social capital perspective.
The aim of the report is to highlight the unique contribution that ICTs, especially the Internet, can make towards ensuring Ecuador’s development. The report covers ICT applications that contribute towards improving opportunities for Ecuadorians.