Human Development


National Human Development Report 2005 - Decentralisation and Human Development

The National Human Development Report 2005 highlights issues that have no simple answers, thereby encouraging wide-ranging discussion. Like the previous NHDRs, the 2005 report recognises achievements made for the sake of human development, and identifies both unsolved problems and objectives to bemore


National Human Development Report 2006 - Health for All: A Key Goal for Uzbekistan in the New Millennium

This Annual Report on Human Development in the Republic of Uzbekistan focuses on one of the key indicators that reflect the essence of human existence and development; health status. The report consists of four chapters which describe and analyse general human development trends in the Republic ofmore


National Human Development Report 2007-2008 - Education in Uzbekistan: Matching Supply and Demand

This NHDR 2007-2008 focuses on education, one of the key parameters that reflect on the essence of human beings and human development. Consisting of four chapters, this report analyses the general trends of human development in Uzbekistan, and correlates the nation’s scholarship index with othermore


The idea and vision of Human Development is that the true wealth of a country is in its people. Human beings should be seen as the ends in themselves, rather than the means to achieving progress within the socio-economic development of a country. The Human Development concept is about broadening people’s choices and enhancing their capabilities and freedoms, enabling them to live long and healthy lives, have access to knowledge and a decent standard of living. Extensive work has been conducted by UNDP to promote Human Development in Uzbekistan.