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Pakistan Human Development Index: In the latest Human Development Index released by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Pakistan has dropped seven places to 161st place. In last year’s report, Pakistan was ranked 154 out of 189 countries.

Bhutan is ranked 127th, Bangladesh 129th, India 132nd and Nepal 143rd in the report. Sri Lanka, which has become a matter of concern worldwide due to the crisis, has jumped nine places to 73rd place in this index.

According to the report of News International, the possible age of children after birth in Pakistan is 66.1 years. They are likely to go to school at the age of eight. The report titled ‘Uncertain Time, Unstable Organisms: Shaping Our Future in a Changing World’ states that per capita income in Pakistan is US$4624.

According to the report, various climate shocks are affecting the world order and holding back the growth achieved in the last few years. As examples of climate shocks, the report cited natural disasters in nine South Asian countries, namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Of these, only Pakistan and Afghanistan (180th rank) are in the lower category in terms of human development.

First place given to Switzerland
In this list the first place is Switzerland, second is Norway and third is Iceland. Bhutan, Bangladesh, India and Nepal have been placed in the middle category.

Kovid-19, Russo-Ukraine war affected most
According to the report, the biggest factors affecting this index include Kovid-19 and the Russo-Ukraine war. In this report, 172 cities have been assessed on the basis of infrastructure, healthcare, education, culture and entertainment.

World community should come forward to help Pakistan: United Nations

UN chief Antonio Guterres on Saturday called on the world community to come forward to help flood-ravaged Pakistan. He said that it is necessary to build an infrastructure capable of dealing with future disasters in flood-ravaged Pakistan. The UN chief said this after visiting the flood-hit area in Sukkur, Sindh province of Pakistan.

Assessing the help received from the world community so far, Guterres said that it is the same as the need of the ocean and you give only a drop. After conducting an aerial survey of the flood-hit areas along with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, Guterres called it unimaginable. Guterres is on a two-day visit to Pakistan to show solidarity.

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Pakistan Human Development Index: In the latest Human Development Index released by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Pakistan has dropped seven places to 161st place. In last year’s report, Pakistan was ranked 154 out of 189 countries.

Bhutan is ranked 127th, Bangladesh 129th, India 132nd and Nepal 143rd in the report. Sri Lanka, which has become a matter of concern worldwide due to the crisis, has jumped nine places to 73rd place in this index.

According to the report of News International, the possible age of children after birth in Pakistan is 66.1 years. They are likely to go to school at the age of eight. The report titled ‘Uncertain Time, Unstable Organisms: Shaping Our Future in a Changing World’ states that per capita income in Pakistan is US$4624.

According to the report, various climate shocks are affecting the world order and holding back the growth achieved in the last few years. As examples of climate shocks, the report cited natural disasters in nine South Asian countries, namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Of these, only Pakistan and Afghanistan (180th place) are in the lower category in terms of human development.

First place given to Switzerland

In this list the first place is Switzerland, second is Norway and third is Iceland. Bhutan, Bangladesh, India and Nepal have been placed in the middle category.

Kovid-19, Russo-Ukraine war affected most

According to the report, the biggest factors affecting this index include Kovid-19 and the Russo-Ukraine war. In this report, 172 cities have been assessed on the basis of infrastructure, healthcare, education, culture and entertainment.

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