External Reports consist of research reports (both quantitative and qualitative) in the areas of education and development published by national and international organizations.
Malnutrition and diet are by far the biggest risk factors for the global burden of disease: every country is facing a serious public health challenge from malnutrition.
Global Sustainable Development Report, 2016 responds to the mandate from the Rio+20 conference to contribute to strengthening the science policy interface for sustainable development in the context of the High Level Political forum on Sustainable Development.
The Education Deficit: Failures to Protect and Fulfill the Right to Education in Global Development AgendasHuman Rights Watch2016
Across the world, more than 120 million children and adolescents are absent from class. In recent years, many countries have been part of international and regional political drives to ensure that all children have access and complete education in the countries that lag behind the most.
Education For People And Planet: Creating Sustainable Future For All (Global Education Monitoring Report, 2016)UNESCO2016
The 2016 Global Education Monitoring Report (GEM Report) is a comprehensive, in-depth and perspicacious. It establishes that education is at the heart of sustainable development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), yet it also makes clear just how far away we are from achieving the SDGs.
This fourth edition of Health at a Glance Asia/Pacific presents a set of key indicators of health status, the determinants of health, health care resources and utilisation, health care expenditure and financing and health care quality across 27 Asia-Pacific countries and economies.
The need for social safety nets is a critical concern for governments across the globe and for the billions of men, women, and children striving to improve their livelihoods. As interest in and the use of social safety nets keep growing, countries struggle to make social safety net interventions more effective and to integrate them better in their overall social protection and labour systems
Economic growth has lifted hundreds of millions out of poverty and improved the lives of many more over the last half century. Yet it is increasingly evident that a model of development based on economic progress alone is incomplete. Economic growth alone is not enough.
Education is a right and a crucial opportunity. It holds the key to a better life for a billion children and adolescents worldwide: a life with less poverty, better health and an increased ability to take their future into their own hands. Education, particularly girlsﾒ education, is also one of the most powerful tools for creating economic growth, decreasing the likelihood of conflict, increasing resilience and impacting future generations with wide-reaching economic and social benefits
Income inequality is rising. A quarter of a century ago, the average disposable income of the richest 10% in OECD countries was around seven times higher than that of the poorest 10%; today, itﾒs around 9ﾽ times higher.
The Global Food Security Index 2015: An annual measure of the state of global food security is the fourth edition of an Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) study, commissioned by DuPont. This report discusses the key findings from the research and the benchmarking index.