Mar 9, 2012
The Rajasthan Human Development Report of 2002 is an illustration of the state’s commitment toward sustainable human development. The first State Human Development Report for Rajasthan examines these issues from the standpoint of livelihoods and human capabilities laying particular stress on conditions of the poor. These issues are measured in comparison to the existing national and the global targets for human development. The Report examines existing status and potential development along with current limitations of issues such as income and employment, primary education, health services and agriculture in the state. The Report lays stress on not only ensuring rapid growth, but also on ensuring that this growth is pro-poor, pro-nature, pro-women and pro-jobs.