Décentralisation

In this fourth report, the main subject is human development and decentralization. Is the concept of Human Development applicable at the local level? How can development be achieved?

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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.

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The 1998 Moldova NHDR examines the topic "The Role of the State in Social Cohesion", the main idea being to analyze the impact of the Moldovan model of transition on the society.

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The Lithuanian Human Development Report 1998
(LHDR-98)is the fourth in a series of annual national
reports financed and conceptually supported by the
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)in
Lithuania since 1995.Its theme has been inspired by

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The Azerbaijan report of 1998 focuses on the country's progress toward social cohesion and the factors influencing this process. It provides an updated calculation of Azerbaijan's Human Development Index (HDI) and discusses variation in the HDI over time and across sectors.

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Evidence and Proposals for Latin America

The HDR “Citizen Security with a Human Face: evidence and proposals for Latin America” reveals a paradox: in the past decade, the region experienced both economic growth and increased crime rates.

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This report tackled important dimensions concerning social spending for HD: the importance of the reallocation of public resources, the role of social assistance and insurance in alleviating poverty.

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Year: 1997
Type: National Reports
Region: Africa
Country: Guinea

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Year: 1997
Type: National Reports
Region: Africa
Country: Equatorial Guinea

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The main focus of the report is the decentralization process in Chile and its implications for the geographic equity of human development. The authors note a strong inequality among the Chilean regions and municipalities.

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