Human Development in South Asia 2000: The Gender Question

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - Science - 219 pages
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Human Development in South Asia 2000 gives an in-depth analyses of legal, economic, educational, health and governance issues affecting women and girls. The Report also includes a chapter on a conceptual framework to understand the issues from the perspective of the region's culture andtradition.

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Human Development in South Asia at the dawn of the 21st century
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Chapter 2
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Mahbub ul Haq Human Devlopment Centre (MHHDC) was set up in November 1995 in Islamabad, Pakistan by late Dr Mahbub ul Hag, founder and chief architect of UNDP's Human Development Reports. The Centre is a policy research institute and a think tank, committed to organizing professional research, policy studies and seminars in the area of human development, with a special focus on the South Asia region.

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