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Developpement: A process by which a society changed or advances, often measured in terms of economy growth, but also sometimes measured in terms of quality of life, standard of living, access to freedoms and opportunities, or other indicators. Poverty: The state of being poor, as measured by low income, deprivation, lack of access to resources, or limited economic opportunities. Poverty Line: A specific threshold below which individuals or groups are judged to be in poverty Extreme Poverty: A conception of poverty defined by the UN and the World Bank that involves setting a certain line below which people will be defined as poor, typically understood in terms of inability to purchase a certain set of basic goods or services Life Expectancy: The average age until which members of a society live Infant Mortality: A major public health indicator, which typically measures the number of infants per 1000 born who do not survive until the age of one year Literacy Rate: The percentage of a population who can read

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