Deprivations also vary across socioeconomic groups. In South Africa HIV prevalence is higher among the poorest. Data disaggregation is key to achieve #HumanDevelopment4all #HDR2016 bit.ly/1lfu5e8
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Data disaggregation is key to know who has been left behind, where they are and why. Did you know that twice as many rural children as urban children are out of school. #HDR2016 #humanDevelopment4all bit.ly/1lfu5e8
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Data disaggregation show us that certain groups are systematically excluded from development by a combination of economic, social, political and cultural barriers. As new challenges are emerging, these people are in danger of being forgotten, and often are not captured in official statistics and national averages. #HDR2016 bit.ly/1lfu5e8
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The average human development achievements of countries mask a more complex picture. The Human Development Report 2016 argues that enabling all people to benefit from progress in human development demands disaggregated data on such characteristics as place, gender, socioeconomic status and ethnicity. Learn more on this video introduction by Selim Jahan, lead author of the report...
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Wouldn’t it be great to have access a treasure trove of development research and thinking wherever and whenever you want it? Well the wait is over with the new Human Development App.

Admir Jahic , production manager at HDRO, explains in this #HDialogue all the features of these NEW app for iOS/Android which includes human development data, global rankings, country statistics and the full...
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Sub-Saharan Africa leads the world in mobile banking, with 12 percent of adults having mobile bank accounts compared to 2 percent globally. Yet only 25 percent of the population is online. #HumanDevelopment4all #HDR2016 bit.ly/1lfu5e8
SubSaharan Africa leads the world in mobile banking with 12 percent of

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The Human Development Report 2016 highlights how the lack of access to the Internet is increasingly a barrier to education, livelihoods and political participation, and many risk falling further behind unless digital access is expanded. The report advocates #HumanDevelopment4all #HDR2016 bit.ly/1lfu5e8
The Human Development Report 2016 highlights how the lack of access to

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Today the Human Development Report 2016 ‘Human Development for Everyone’ is presented in The Republic of Korea. Read the following #HDR2016 box on how this country has been an example sustained progress in human development. More at:
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Women are more likely than men to be in low human development. These gender gaps tend to be larger in countries with lower scores on the Human Development Index (HDI). In many countries, much of the gap in HDI between women and men is from women’s lower income and educational attainment. The narrowest gender gap in HDI among regions is in Latin America and the Caribbean. The widest regional...
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Gender disparities disrupt #humandevelopment: In 100+ countries, women barred from certain jobs due to gender. #HDR2016 bit.ly/1lfu5e8
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Women in sub-Saharan Africa tend to live longer than men but receive less schooling and lower incomes. The 2016 Human Development Report indicates that on average the HDI for women is 0.488 (which falls in the low human development category) while that of men is 0.557 (medium human development). Understanding the patterns of gender inequality across regions #HDR2016 #humanDevelopment4all
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#HDR2016 policy options: Improved access to clean water and sanitation, energy services and public infrastructure, including transport, can greatly reduce the burden of unpaid care work, leaving more time for paid work. #HumanDevelopment4all
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In Europe and Central Asia, women’s share of seats in parliament, despite increasing to 19 percent over the past 20 years, still lags behind Latin America and the Caribbean (28.1 percent), sub-Saharan Africa (23.3 percent), and East Asia and the Pacific (19.6 percent). #HDR2016 #HumanDevelopment4all
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Get the latest #humandevelopment stats on gender on the NEW Human Development report Office app from @HDRUNDP. Aavialble now for iOS/Android: hdr.undp.org
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The #HDR2016 advocates for more refined analysis of data to ensure #HumanDevelopment4all . For instance, girls’ enrolment in primary education has increased, but in half of 53 developing countries with data, the majority of adult women who completed four to six years of primary school are illiterate. Looking to the quality and not only the quantity of human development achievements is...
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Exploring the use of quotas to achieve #humandvelopment4all: the Norwegian quota law requires all public or state owned companies on the Norwegian Stock Exchange to appoint boards that include at least 40 percent women. In only 6 years, from 2002 to 2008, the number of women that made up the boards of public limited liability companies went from 6 to 40 percent. Learn about other policy...
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The Human Development Report 2016 shows that gender-based inequalities linked to social norms afflict women over their entire lives. Such disparities appear in many ways: higher malnourishment, morbidity and mortality for women; lower labour force participation rates for women, but higher workloads and less rest; less access to financial decision-making; and the pervasive risk of violence...
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'Development is not a sprint but a marathon.There is a need to change this kind of mindset' said Selim Jahan, Director of the Human Development Report Office, speaking at event 'Eradicating poverty: using poverty dynamics to enhance development efforts' today in Nairobi, Kenya. Watch full intervention below (stats at 10 min 34 secs)
“The essential and first step to prevent conflict and ensure peaceful development is to protect, promote and ensure basic rights of all peoples,” Mirna Cunningham Kain, Nicaraguan Miskitu, indigenous people’s rights activist and former chairperson of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, in her special contribution to Human Development Report 2016 ´Human Development for...
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