Human Development in South Asia 2000: The Gender Question
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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