This groundbreaking Mongolian Human Development Report - the country's first - went beyond just chronicling Mongolia's state of development in statistics and graphs. It placed the story of the Mongolian people during the transition years (post-1989) at its heart, using photographs, stories and case studies to detail the bigger narrative at play. The Report was edited, designed, laid out and printed in Mongolia. Rather than following the example of other countries - where reports are sent to outside publishers, robbing countries of the opportunity to pick up modern publishing skills and to reap the economic benefits - the Human Development Report Mongolia benefited Mongolian publishing.Human Development Report Mongolia 1997 Shahin Yaqub et al ... Building management capacity and finding the resources to invest in management tools, will be important factors for ... In certain areas mobile community schools have been opened. ... The other responses were possession of private property (9 per cent), participation in free elections (21 percent), ... 13.4 Good job 17.0 Improve living conditions 12.2 Money 10.7 Change jobs 6.7 Education 10.6 Get health service 6.6anbsp;...
|Title||:||Human Development Report Mongolia 1997|
|Author||:||Shahin Yaqub et al|