United Nations Development Program (UNDP): Human Development Report
United Nations Development Program publishes a widely circulated annual report, namely the Human Development Report, which contains indicator tables for 191 UN member countries along with Hong Kong, SAR (China) and Occupied Palestinian Territories. These countries and areas are classified in four ways: by human development level, by income, in major world aggregates and by region. All countries included in the HDI are classified into three clusters by achievement in human development: high human development (with an HDI of 0.800 or above), medium human development (0.500–0.799) and low human development (less than 0.500). It is an annual publication that is normally launched in June or July and also available online at www.undp.org.
The HDI (human development index) is a composite index that measures a country's average achievements in three basic areas of human development: longevity, knowledge, and a decent standard of living. Longevity is measured by life expectancy at birth; knowledge is measured by a combination of the adult literacy rate and the combined primary, secondary, and tertiary gross enrolment ratio; and standard of living by GDP per capita (PPP US$).
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Instructions for importing data from the HDR
This document explains the process undertaken to update four series in the Human Development series.The UNHDR reports are done annually but 2012 data is found in 2013 reports. The HDI series data came from one report (2015 report) and the rest were put together from various reports as explained below.
Series investigated for updates: