The second Human Development Report of Uttar Pradesh has been prepared by the State Government highlighting the status of human development in U.P. with a detailed analysis of its key components viz., education, health and per capital income along with other related aspects.
Poland's 1998 report reviews inequalities in access to education against the background of human rights, of long-term changes in human development, as well as new requirements for learning determined by the needs of the "knowledge society".
The report tackled education from the human development perspective stating that one of the main reasons behind selecting this theme is that education plays a critical role, not only in laying out and enlarging the base for human capital in any given country, but also in the redistribution of hum
In the first Peruvian NHDR, the contemporary state of human development in Peru is presented on a broad base. The report discusses the issues of economic evolution and human development, generating employment, erasing poverty, and education
This report summarizes the history and current status of sustainable human development in China, focus attention on the outstanding challenges to be overcome, and make broad policy recommendations for tackling them.
The Ghana NHDR 1997 reviews the overall trend and the state of human development in Ghana, longevity, education and livelihoods as well as participation in the decision making process and the management of people’s fate.
The report combines the strengths of a wealth of statistical information on human development and poverty with extensive critical analysis and concrete policy recommendations for poverty reduction. In addition, it provides an extensive profile of poverty and tries to identify some of its causes.
The third HDR on Costa Rica enlarges upon the subjects treated in previous reports, disaggregating the analysis to identify equity gaps. As with previous reports, the authors find Costa Rica to be a society in the midst of rapid and far-reaching changes.