Human Development Report

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According to the interactive map corresponding to the latest human development report, more developed areas in the world are Europe, North America, most countries in South America, North part of Asia, North part of Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea and Malaysia. Most countries in Africa and South part of Asia are considered as less developed areas. On the line graph we can see an upward trend in development for most of the countries. Moreover, some countries have been developing faster then others such as Korea, China (Hong Kong), Spain, France, Germany, Iran, Malaysia, Tunisia, Egypt, Singapore, India, Morocco and Norway – the most advanced country in the world; in contrast, the development of Greece, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Paraguay, Cyprus and Portugal is going down last years. Also, most of the countries that were part of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics such as Russian Federation, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova and Tajikistan had a regress during the period 1990 – 2000. Human development Indicators show that some countries stay fixed such as Norway, Sweden, Canada, Belgium, Andorra, Croatia, Qatar, Cuba, Slovenia, Bahamas, Liechtenstein, Ireland, Kuwait, Dominica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, which are high-developed countries. Besides, both Luxemburg and Italy have the same level of development last 10 years; likewise, Untied States of America and Australia are developing very similar to each other during 1980 – 2013. Tonga, Botswana, Namibia, Kyrgyzstan, Fiji, Belize, Samoa and Jordan are examples of medium HDI countries that stay invariable. In addition, almost all countries with low human development are perfecting slowly, so they haven’t progressed or regressed a lot since 1980. For example, ... ... middle of paper ... ...the Chief Medical Officer, Commonwealth of the Bahamas, 2004-2008. Nassau: Ministry of Health; 2010. Moldova. Retrieved from Central Intelligence agency website: https://www.cia.gov REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF AGENDA 21 IN THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA. 31 July, 2002. National Preparatory Committee for the Johannesburg Summit. (2002). Country profile. Republic of Moldova. 20(2), 6-54. Guinea. Retrieved from Central Intelligence agency website: https://www.cia.gov Chalabi, M.(2013, July 30). Guinea: country profile in numbers. The Guardian. Retrieved from website: http://www.theguardian.com Chalabi, M.(2013, July 30). Guinea: country profile in numbers. The Guardian. Retrieved from website: http://www.theguardian.com Chalabi, M.(2013, July 30). Guinea: country profile in numbers. The Guardian. Retrieved from website: http://www.theguardian.com
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