Développement local (régional/rural)

National Human Development Report 2013
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Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the most rural countries in Europe. Around 60% of the population live in rural areas, whether defined as villages or as scarcely populated municipalities, and only Montenegro, Ireland and Finland have a higher share of rural population.

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The report proposes a “three-dimensional” LHDI, which reflects the philosophy of the global HDI. The LHDI differs from the HDI in the particular sub-indices used and in the different measurements available in public statistics or administrative sources.

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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.

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The main theme of the Russian Federation's fourth NHDR is regional and social inequality regarding human development.

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The report offers some frameworks for further expanding choices for some of the poorest and most vulnerable groups in the country.

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The theme of the first Sri Lanka HDR is to analyze regional achievements and shortfalls in human development in order to answer a series of questions.

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The report focuses on livelihood security and empowerment. It attempts to set out at some length the distance travelled since the last report.

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The report focuses mainly on rural poverty eradication since poverty in Uganda is largely a rural phenomenon. The emphasis is on empowerment, in both the political and economic sense of the word.

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This report is the result of the first Human Development Index study in El Salvador at a departmental level, disaggregated by geographical area (rural and urban) and by sex.

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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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