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Why India ranks low in the Human Development Index
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Long way to go

12:03 am The annual Human Development Report of the United Nations Development Programme has yet again confirmed the obvious. That is, India has a long way to go before it can feed, clothe and educate its 1.25 billion-plus people. On key Human ... The Freepress Journal, 1 day ago
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Sustaining human progress: Reducing vulnerabilities and building resilience 2014 Human Development Report

The 's 2014 Human Development Report Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience - shows that overall global trends in human development are positive. Yet, people at all ages are also facing threats and challenges to ...
 Polity.org.za1 day ago Rwanda: Rwanda Shows Gains in Human Development  AllAfrica.com2 days ago UNDP: Norway ranks No.1 in global development index  China Development Gateway3 days ago UAE: Human Development Index Gains Commendable, Says Local Paper  IPS Inter Press Service4 days ago
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Human Development Report 2014

PRESS RELEASE HDR 2014 Africa Withstanding crises and redressing inequalities key to Africa's continued progress Jobs, social protection and more cohesive societies required to secure the region's development gains, says UNDP's 2014 Human ...
 Ghana Broadcasting Corporation6 days ago Africa: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back?  Leadership5 days ago Journal supplement details progress in African medical education  EurekAlert!8 hours ago Africa: Withstanding Crises and Redressing Inequalities Key to Africa's Continued Progress  AllAfrica.com5 days ago
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2.2 billion people ?poor or near-poor?, says UN report

The 2014 Human Development Report, released Thursday by the UN Development Programme (UNDP), said 1.2 billion people live on USD 1.25 a day or less, a news agency reported. The latest Human Development Index (HDI) included in the report revealed that almost ...
 Jagran Post6 days ago Tackling Human Vulnerabilities, Changing Investment, Policies and Social Norms  Inter Press Service6 days ago Time Is Now To Introduce Universal Social Services and Protection in Asia and the Pacific, Says 2014 Human Development Report on Vulnerability and Resilience  AndhraNews.net6 days ago 2.2 Billion People Are Poor or Near-Poor, Warns 2014 Human Development Report on Vulnerability and R …  Yahoo! Finance1 week ago
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Bangladesh goes one notch up

Bangladesh has moved one notch up to the 142nd place in the Human Development Index (HDI) among 187 countries for its progress in health sector and reducing gender gap, says a UNDP report. It puts Bangladesh among the 18 countries showing ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star6 days ago Bangladesh moves four notches up in HDI  Dhaka Tribune6 days ago

Morocco's 15th Anniversary of Sustainable Human Development

Moroccan To Switch to Daylight Saving Time on ... Morocco's House of Representatives Adopts Law ... Morocco's Air Passenger Traffic Up 10.64 pc in ... New York In terms of sustainable human development, the story of Morocco now celebrating ...
 Maroc Press5 days ago Morocco Celebrates 15 Years Under King Mohammed VI's Leadership  WorldNetDaily1 day ago Moroccans Celebrate Leadership And Reforms  Champion Newspapers5 days ago
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United Nations

New York, 24th July 2014 (WAM) Reducing vulnerability and strengthening resilience are critical to securing human development progress, the United Nations says in a flagship report released today that examines the risks posed by natural or human-induced

The 2014 Human Development Report, launched in Tokyo by the UN Development Programme (UNDP), says that 1.2 billion people live on $1.25 a day or less. At the same time, the UNDP Multidimensional Poverty Index reveals that almost 1.5 billion people ...
 Federation of Arab News Agencies6 days ago Persistent vulnerability threatens human development, warns flagship UN report  United Nations6 days ago 1.2 billion people live on USD1.25 a day or less: UN report  ACQ Magazine3 days ago 1.2 billion people live on $1.25 a day or less: UN report  Zawya.com6 days ago
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Liberia: Human Development Threatened - UNDP

The United Nations Development Program or UNDP says persistent vulnerability threatens human development. The UNDP made the pronouncement today, July 24 at the launch of the 2014 Global Human Development report. In Liberia, the report is being ...
 AllAfrica.com6 days ago Human Development Threatened - UNDP  Individual.com6 days ago

Orji: Focused on sustaining Abia's progress

By Ben Duru / Bureau Chief, SE/SS When a child cries and points in a particular direction, it is either the father or the mother is there; so goes a popular adage in Nigeria. This aptly describes the commanding influence that the ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent1 day ago

Hamdan bin Zayed: Khalifa maintains U.A.E.'s humanitarianism as core value on path to progress

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western Region, has spoken out about the U.A.E.'s numerous achievements across the spectrum, including the Western Region's vision and its accomplishments. In an interview given ...
 The E-Seoul Post5 days ago
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