However, India is up five places from last year, and now ranks as 130th in the index.The first 49 countries are categorises as having a very high human development index.By accessing the Website (which includes browsing and any use, with any device or by any means) you are agreeing to be legally bound by these terms.
The five countries at the bottom of the list, in the low human development category, from 183rd to 188th are Burkina Faso, Burundi, Chad, Eritrea, Central African Republic and Niger.Niger has 5.4 expected years of schooling, while Central African Republic’s life expectancy is 50.7 years.For this purpose alone you may retrieve and display the Content on a computer screen.You may also print out, but not photocopy, one copy of individual files on paper and store files in electronic form on disc, but not on any server or any other storage device connected to a network where the Content could be accessed by other users.Norway has been named the best country in the world to live in - for the 12th year in a row.
The Human Development Index (HDI) is a measure of basic human developments within 188 countries, released by the UN in its annual Human Development Report.
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