The 2019 Human Development Report points to the limits of economic growth in lifting all boats. It also offers a way forward writes Shoko Noda, Head, UNDP India
In all societies, long-standing forms of inequality persist while gaps are opening in new aspects of life. The 2019 Human Development Report will focus on understanding the dimensions of inequality most important to people’s wellbeing, and what is behind them.
Rajya Sabha TV's 'IN DEPTH' analyses the Human Development Report 2019 and looks at the improvements made by India over the years
The initiative will build climate-resilient livelihoods for 1.7 million people, offset 3.5 million tonnes of carbon, protect vulnerable ecosystems, and benefit another 10 million people with improved shoreline protections
To meet 21st century development challenges, a 21st century solution: UNDP launches India Accelerator Lab
New Head of UNDP in Asia Pacific Region ready to support countries accelerate on their sustainable development pathways
Read powerful stories of how ordinary people across India are coping with diverse climate-related challenges – from escalating human-wildlife conflict, to changing crop cultivation needs, to community-led initiatives to cope with disaster, and to the effects of extreme weather events on daily life and livelihoods.

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>50%

Under-25 Population

1.67 MT

CO2 Emission Per Capita

120 (of 131)

Female Labour Force Participation

0.624

Human Development Index

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