Human Development Research Centre

Overview

Human Development Research Centre (HDRC) is a multidisciplinary research-cum-action organization, registered with Registrar of Firms. HDRC’s vision is to accelerate the process of humane development through research and actions. It has a multifaceted structure with a large pool of specialists drawn from diverse disciplines. Most of our specialists have long-standing experiences in the relevant fields of human development. Operationally, the activities of HDRC can best be visualized in four blocks: Mainstream Research Studies and Technical Assistance (MRSTM), Development and Research of Indigenous People (DRIP), Human Potential Development Centre (HPDC), and HDRC Media-Advocacy-Publications (HDRC-MAP).  HDRC has already made visible contributions to national policy making areas, particularly in the fields of health; population; education; gender development; land rights; infrastructure; and development of the poor, marginalized, disadvantaged and indigenous people.


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