2004

Choosing Decentralization for Good Governance

Decentralization, and its various dimensions, is the main theme for EHDR 2004.

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A Challenge to Sustainable Human Development

The 2004 NHDR for Nigeria focuses on HIV and AIDS. One in seven Africans living with HIV is a Nigerian, with an estimated 3.2 to 3.8 million people infected. The report finds that there is a generalized epidemic no longer confined to populations at higher risk.

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The report addresses some of the most persistent causes of poverty in Niger. The country figures today at the bottom of HDI rankings and is on track to miss the MDG’s by a wide margin.

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The theme for this first set of district human development reports is vulnerability. Vulnerability is one of five themes identified for action in the Ghana Poverty Reduction Strategy. The others are the macroeconomy, production and gainful employment, human resource development and governance.

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Builsa District HDR 2004

The theme for this first set of district human development reports is vulnerability. Vulnerability is one of five themes identified for action in the Ghana Poverty Reduction Strategy. The others are the macroeconomy, production and gainful employment, human resource development and governance.

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Atwima District HDR 2004

The theme for this first set of district human development reports is vulnerability. Vulnerability is one of five themes identified for action in the Ghana Poverty Reduction Strategy. The others are the macroeconomy, production and gainful employment, human resource development and governance.

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A Human Development Challenge

The report discusses the general status of HIV/AIDS in Ghana, including a look at the pattern of the disease, how it is regarded by society, its potential impact on the well-being of Ghanaians and the way it is being managed by both the public and private sectors.

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Le Rapport 2004, sous l'impulsion du PNUD, a été élaboré conjointement avec le Centre Ivoirien d'Etudes Economiques et
Sociales (CIRES) et le Groupe National de Réflexion sur le Développement Humain Durable, composé de représentants

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Ce rapport permet de comprendre davantage certains secteurs faiblement explorés dans le passé comme les liens entre les NTIC et l’environnement et la biodiversité, de même que la contribution des NTIC à la croissance et la compétitivité de l’économie.

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