Education

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".

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The report covers many relevant issues such as nutrition and food security, health, gender, drug abuse and natural environment. The two central themes of the report are education and governance.

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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

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Year: 1998
Type: National Reports
Region: Africa
Country: Guinea

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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.

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The selection and implementation of a comprehensive human development strategy is complicated for countries in transition.

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Investment in education has a multiplier effect. Tanzania’s education system, particularly primary education, is in an egregious state.

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Governance and Sustainable Human Development

The report says that the task of creating a viable state for the twenty-first century is now one of the most important challenges for governments and people throughout the world.

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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.

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Creating Opportunities for Future Generations

The first Arab States' Report acknowledges that Arab countries have made substantial progress over the past three decades.

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