The ADCR 2011: Arab Human Development And Deprivation : Phenomenal Progress Or Mixed Results

01 May 2011

The Human development paradigm postulates a development process that expands human capabilities while increasing material production. In a practical sense, it entails/ envisions a development model, which spends heavily on improving the human condition by investing in accessible, quality and liberating education that empowers individuals to better understand and respond to developmental opportunities. It also implies general provision of quality health care services to safeguard the sanctity of human life and mitigate and respond to debilitating health conditions that undermine human dignity. The model assigns equal value to all human and as such is inherently incompatible with large degrees of inequality in income and wealth.

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  • The ADCR 2011: Arab Human Development and Deprivation : Phenomenal progress or mixed results