Social Progress Index 2016: Ethiopia continue to make one of the worst performers July 6, 2016Posted by OromianEconomist in Uncategorized.
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The 2016 Social Progress Index report was released on June 28. The index provides a comprehensive measure of a country’s social and environmental performance, based on more than 50 indicators. The 2016 index covers 133 countries with complete data and 27 more with partial data, representing 99 percent of humanity. The Social Progress Index score is an average across the three broad dimensions: Basic Human Needs, Foundations of Wellbeing, andOpportunity.
Finland tops the index with a score of 90.09 out of 100. Ethiopia (43.5) is among the worst scorers. world average score is 62.88 (out of a possible 100).