The Human Development Index (HDI) in Peru registered an accumulated increase of 60% between 2003 and 2019, which represents an average growth of 3% per year, Human Development Indicators Coordinator at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Francisco Santa Cruz has affirmed.
"This performance proves a sustained interest of the governments in improving the population's quality of life," he expressed. However, he said, there are still several territories whose potentials have not been fully exploited yet and which have […]
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