Nigeria Ranks 152 Out of 188 Countries in Human Development Index

Out of 188 UN member states in the Human Development Index (HDI), Nigeria was on Tuesday ranked 152 out of 188 countries.
 According to the 2016 report which was released by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Abuja, Nigeria retained its 2015 status with a computation of 0.527 which was two points above 2014 computation of 0.525.

The report was launched by Zainab Ahmed, the Minister of State, Budget and National Planning.
The report showed that Central Africa republic ranked 188.
The HDI is a composite statistics of life expectancy, education and per capita income indicators which is used to rank countries into four tiers of human development.

 Norway tops the table closely followed by Switzerland and Australia which came joint second.
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