Arab National Human Development Reports


cover Somalia - Human Development Report 2012 [Arabic]. 2012
The new report – which is based on surveys conducted in more than 3,000 households in south central Somalia, Puntland and Somaliland - reveals that although the majority of Somali youth believe they have a right to be educated (82%) and a right to decent work (71%), they feel disempowered by multiple structural barriers built into the family, institutions, local government and society at–large. This lack of viable education and employment opportunities – in addition to clan and cultural prejudices – has created a high level of frustration and discontentment among young people. Therefore, radical shifts in policies and attitudes are needed in order to empower and place them at the core of the development agenda.
 
cover Somalia - Human Development Report 2001 . 2001
The report focuses on reconstructing and developing effective and participatory forms of governance, the reestablishment of a strong economy based on increased trade and better safeguards against the vulnerabilities of the international trading system and restoring judicial systems in the country which embrace human rights - reconciling traditional concepts with modern democratic ideals.
 
cover Somalia - Human Development Report 1998 [English]. 1998
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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