Mongolia’s HDI Rank Down by 8 Positions

The United Nations ranked Mongolia 100th in its annual flagship report on comprehensive human development, which was published on November 4.

The Human Development Report, issued annually by the UN Development Programme (UNDP), assesses the state of human development on the basis of health, education and income indicators, as an alternative to purely macroeconomic assessments of national progress.

Norway is leading in the UN rating, followed by Australia and New Zealand. Niger, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zimbabwe occupy the last three positions in the list.

The rating of Mongolia, which is listed among countries with a “medium” level of human development, has decreased by 8 positions compared with the 2009 list.

The UN report concludes that “people today are generally healthier, wealthier and better educated than they were in 1970.”
source: The UB Post
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