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Results in the Latin America and Caribbean Region 2015, Volume 5
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World Bank
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类型:
世界银行报告
来源地址:
http://hdl.handle.net/10986/21912
关键词:
ACCESS TO EDUCATION ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ADULT EDUCATION AFFILIATES AGED AGING ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES AUDITORS BANKS BASIC EDUCATION BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE BASIC NEEDS BASIC SOCIAL SERVICES BIRTH ATTENDANTS CAPACITY BUILDING CHILD DEVELOPMENT CHILD HEALTH CITIZEN CITIZENS CIVIL RIGHTS CLINICS COMMUNICABLE DISEASES COMMUNICATION CAMPAIGN CONSOLIDATION CULTURAL VALUES CUSTOMER SERVICES DEBT DECENTRALIZATION DECISION MAKING DELIVERY CARE DEMAND FOR SERVICES DENTISTRY DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES DEVELOPMENT POLICY DIABETES DISABILITY DISABILITY ACCESS DISADVANTAGED GROUPS DISASTERS DISSEMINATION DISTRIBUTION OF VACCINES DROPOUT EARLY CHILDHOOD ECONOMIC GROWTH EDUCATION ACTIVITIES EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES EIB ELECTRONIC BANKING EMERGENCY RELIEF EPIDEMIC EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES ESSENTIAL SOCIAL SERVICES FAMILIES FINANCIAL COMMITMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL SERVICES FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FISCAL FEDERALISM FISCAL POLICY FOOD INSECURITY FOOD SUPPLEMENTS GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS HEALTH CARE HEALTH DECISIONS HEALTH EXPENDITURES HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH INEQUITIES HEALTH INSURANCE HEALTH MANAGEMENT HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH POLICY HEALTH PROBLEMS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH SYSTEMS HEALTH WORKERS HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE HOSPITAL HOSPITALIZATION HOSPITALS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HYGIENE ILLNESS IMMUNIZATION INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS INFANT INFANT MORTALITY INFANT MORTALITY RATE INFECTIOUS DISEASES INFLUENZA INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONALIZATION INSURANCE INSURANCE SCHEMES INTERGOVERNMENTAL FINANCE INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFERS INTERNAL CONTROLS INTERVENTION INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION JOB CREATION LABOR MARKET LAND TENURE LEADING CAUSES LIFELONG LEARNING LIVE BIRTHS LIVING CONDITIONS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MALARIA MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH MATERNAL MORTALITY MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE MEDICAL TREATMENT MIDWIFE MINISTRIES OF HEALTH MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MINISTRY OF HEALTH MOBILE CLINICS MORTALITY MOTHER MUNICIPALITIES NATIONAL COUNCIL NATIONAL POLICY NATURAL DISASTERS NUMBER OF CHILDREN NUMBER OF DEATHS NUTRITION OPERATING COSTS PANDEMIC PATIENTS PAYMENT SYSTEMS PHARMACIES POLICY DIALOGUE POLICY DISCUSSIONS POLICY RESPONSE POOR FAMILIES PREGNANT WOMEN PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PRODUCTIVITY PROGRESS PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY PUBLIC INFORMATION PUBLIC POLICIES PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC TRANSPORT PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION QUALITY EDUCATION QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY OF LIFE QUALITY OF SERVICES REFORM EFFORT REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RELIGIOUS BELIEFS RESPECT RESPIRATORY DISEASES RISK GROUPS RISK MANAGEMENT RURAL AREAS RURAL POPULATIONS RURAL POVERTY SAFETY NETS SANITATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SCHOOL CHILDREN SCHOOL STUDENTS SCREENING SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE UTILIZATION SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL EXCLUSION SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE SOCIAL POLICY SOCIAL PROGRAMS SOCIAL SAFETY NETS SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL SERVICES STATE GOVERNMENTS STATE POLICIES SUBNATIONAL GOVERNMENTS SUPPORT TO FAMILIES SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABLE GROWTH TAX ADMINISTRATION TAX COLLECTION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TERTIARY EDUCATION TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT TRAINING SESSION TRANSPORT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS TRUST FUNDS UNEMPLOYMENT UNIONS URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTERS URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE VACCINATION VACCINES VIOLENCE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VULNERABILITY VULNERABLE FAMILIES VULNERABLE GROUPS WAR WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT WATER SUPPLY WORKERS YOUNG CHILDREN Report Rapport Informe
年份:
2015
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出版地:
Washington,USA
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English
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摘要:
In the past decade, Latin America and the Caribbean has achieved impressive social and economic successes. For the first time in history, more people are in the middle class than in poverty. Inequality, although still high, declined markedly. Growth, jobs and effective social programs have transformed the lives of millions. In a striking departure from the crisis-prone Latin America of the past, the region has shown it is better prepared to weather the brunt of the global economic slowdown. Now, the region faces the challenge of maintaining and expanding its hard won gains in an adverse context of low growth. This is caused in part by a decrease in commodity prices and reduced economic activity in major commercial partners such as China. In such a scenario, achieving development results - and learning from them - becomes more important. This publication showcases stories about people and how their lives have been improved through better health and education, youth employment, disaster recovery and preparedness, infrastructure, and more.

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