Dynamics - December 2012
Systemic problems continue to echo across developing countries. Extreme poverty and hunger, child mortality, energy security and gender equality are just some of the issues requiring attention.
Few can argue against enabling more children to attend school, preventing the spread of disease or improving health care.
Addressing such diverse challenges is not easy. Development assistance remains integral to the fight against global poverty.
Few can argue against enabling more children to attend school, preventing the spread of disease or improving health care. It is the question of how we go about dealing with these urgent problems, at a time of global economic uncertainty.
We analyze many of these issues and the evolution of development around the world:
- UNDP promotes human development
- Making development effective: Mark Lowcock
- The challenges of India’s richest state
- Partnering for infrastructure
- Taxing times in development
- Recovering assets from fallen dictators
International Development and
Managing Editor of Dynamics