Wednesday, 29 May 2013

PBB - HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX

Human Development Index (HDI) - 2012 Rankings
Very High
Human Development
  1. Norway
  1. Australia
  1. United States
  1. Netherlands
  1. Germany
  1. New Zealand
  1. Ireland
  1. Sweden
  1. Switzerland
  1. Japan
  1. Canada
  1. Korea (Republic of)
  1. Hong Kong, China (SAR)
  1. Iceland
  1. Denmark
  1. Israel
  1. Belgium
  1. Austria
  1. Singapore
  1. France
  1. Finland
  1. Slovenia
  1. Spain
  1. Liechtenstein
  1. Italy
  1. Luxembourg
  1. United Kingdom
  1. Czech Republic
  1. Greece
  1. Brunei Darussalam
  1. Cyprus
  1. Malta
  1. Andorra
  1. Estonia
  1. Slovakia
  1. Qatar
  1. Hungary
  1. Barbados
  1. Poland
  1. Chile
  1. Lithuania
  1. United Arab Emirates
  1. Portugal
  1. Latvia
  1. Argentina
  1. Seychelles
  1. Croatia
High
Human Development
  1. Bahrain
  1. Bahamas
  1. Belarus
  1. Uruguay
  1. Montenegro
  1. Palau
  1. Kuwait
  1. Russian Federation
  1. Romania
  1. Bulgaria
  1. Saudi Arabia
  1. Cuba
  1. Panama
  1. Mexico
  1. Costa Rica
  1. Grenada
  1. Libya
  1. Malaysia
  1. Serbia
  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  1. Trinidad and Tobago
  1. Kazakhstan
  1. Albania
  1. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
  1. Dominica
  1. Georgia
  1. Lebanon
  1. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  1. Iran (Islamic Republic of)
  1. Peru
  1. The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  1. Ukraine
  1. Mauritius
  1. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  1. Azerbaijan
  1. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  1. Oman
  1. Brazil
  1. Jamaica
  1. Armenia
  1. Saint Lucia
  1. Ecuador
  1. Turkey
  1. Colombia
  1. Sri Lanka
  1. Algeria
  1. Tunisia
Medium
Human Development
  1. Tonga
  1. Belize
  1. Dominican Republic
  1. Fiji
  1. Samoa
  1. Jordan
  1. China
  1. Turkmenistan
  1. Thailand
  1. Maldives
  1. Suriname
  1. Gabon
  1. El Salvador
  1. Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
  1. Mongolia
  1. Palestine (State of)
  1. Paraguay
  1. Egypt
  1. Moldova (Republic of)
  1. Philippines
  1. Uzbekistan
  1. Syrian Arab Republic
  1. Micronesia (Federated States of)
  1. Guyana
  1. Botswana
  1. Honduras
  1. Indonesia
  1. Kiribati
  1. South Africa
  1. Vanuatu
  1. Kyrgyzstan
  1. Tajikistan
  1. Viet Nam
  1. Namibia
  1. Nicaragua
  1. Morocco
  1. Iraq
  1. Cape Verde
  1. Guatemala
  1. Timor-Leste
  1. Ghana
  1. Equatorial Guinea
  1. India
  1. Cambodia
  1. Lao People's Democratic Republic
  1. Bhutan
  1. Swaziland
Low
Human Development
  1. Congo
  1. Solomon Islands
  1. São Tomé and Príncipe
  1. Kenya
  1. Bangladesh
  1. Pakistan
  1. Angola
  1. Myanmar
  1. Cameroon
  1. Madagascar
  1. Tanzania (United Republic of)
  1. Nigeria
  1. Senegal
  1. Mauritania
  1. Papua New Guinea
  1. Nepal
  1. Lesotho
  1. Togo
  1. Yemen
  1. Haiti
  1. Uganda
  1. Zambia
  1. Djibouti
  1. Gambia
  1. Benin
  1. Rwanda
  1. Côte d'Ivoire
  1. Comoros
  1. Malawi
  1. Sudan
  1. Zimbabwe
  1. Ethiopia
  1. Liberia
  1. Afghanistan
  1. Guinea-Bissau
  1. Sierra Leone
  1. Burundi
  1. Guinea
  1. Central African Republic
  1. Eritrea
  1. Mali
  1. Burkina Faso
  1. Chad
  1. Mozambique
  1. Congo (Democratic Republic of the)
  1. Niger






International Human Development Indicators
The human development data utilized in the preparation of the Human Development Index (HDI) and other composite indices featured in the Human Development Report are provided by a variety of public international sources and represent the best and most current statistics available for those indicators at the time of the preparation of this annual report. Calculations of HDI values and country rankings are the sole responsibility of the Human Development Report Office. The 2013 Human Development Report, an editorially independent publication commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme, was published in print and on line on March 14, 2013.



List of countries by Human Development Index

 



World map by quartiles of Human Development Index in 2013.
  Very High
  Low
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  Medium




The first Human Development Report introduced a new way of measuring development by combining indicators of life expectancy, educational attainment and income into a composite human development index, the HDI. The breakthrough for the HDI was the creation of a single statistic which was to serve as a frame of reference for both social and economic development. The HDI sets a minimum and a maximum for each dimension, called goalposts, and then shows where each country stands in relation to these goalposts, expressed as a value between 0 and 1.

 

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