Human Development

  • National Human Development Report 2009/2010National Human Development Report 2009/2010Dec 8, 2009
    The 2009/2010 National Human Development Report, which marks the 15th anniversary of NHDRs in Moldova, provides a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the strong influence of climate variability and climate change, and extreme weather events on areas vital to human development in Moldova: water resources, ecosystems, agriculture and energy, transport infrastructure and health.

  • National Human Development Report 1999National Human Development Report 1999Sep 22, 1999
    The 1999 NHDR argues that human beings are the first priority in the development process - economic growth and economy itself being no more than a means towards achieving human development.

  • National Human Development Report 1996National Human Development Report 1996Sep 10, 1996
    The 1996 National Human Development Report "State Building and Integration of Society" looks at human development in the context of political reform, creation of the country's statehood and social integration.

  • National Human Development Report 2014Nov 20, 2014
    The 2014 NHDR highlights the role of the private sector in Moldova’s human development. It reveals that a strong private sector is key to the country’s sustainable human development and that companies are able to thrive only in a society that enjoys welfare.

  • National Human Development Report 2010/2011National Human Development Report 2010/2011Apr 28, 2011
    The 2010/2011 National Human Development Report “Republic of Moldova – from Social Exclusion towards Inclusive Human Development” addresses the roots of social exclusion, identifies socially excluded and vulnerable groups and provides specific recommendations on how to eliminate barriers to social inclusion for all.

Our Work - National Human Development Reports

National Human Development Reports is a flagship publication and a major policy advice tool of UNDP worldwide. These Reports are prepared and owned by national teams and provide timely and well-researched analysis of the many dimensions of development, thus provoking greater public dialogue on priority issues of the country.

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