Human Development, Health and Education: Dialogues at the Economic and Social Council
UN, 2004 - Education - 327 pages
This publication is based on a compilation of presentations, papers and keynote speeches that constituted the High-Level Segment meetings of the UN Economic and Social Council for 2002, including two preparatory meetings. Topics discussed include: progress being made towards the Millennium Development Goals for health and development; the HIV/AIDS crisis; health development in Africa; key education and development aspects including case studies of Uganda and El Salvador, gender issues, higher education, sustainable development, reproductive health education; and human resource development.
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