7 UNDP human development index United Nations Environment Programme UNEP

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7. UNDP human development index : United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Keeping Track of Our Changing Environment, From Rio to Rio +20 (1992-2012). 8. Access to improved sanitation : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 9. Access to improved water service : World Health Organization (WHO) Fact Sheet 290 (May 2011). 10. Female youth literacy rate : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 11. Primary education completion rate : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 12. Adult literacy rate : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 13. Girl-boy ratio, education enrollment : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 14. Life expectancy at birth : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 15. Male youth literacy rate : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 16. Female labor force participation : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 17. Population living <$US 2.00 per day : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 18. Dependency ratio on working population : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 19. Undernourishment prevalence : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 20. Underweight children <5 years old in the developing world : United Nations, Millennium Development Goals Report 2011. 21. Total fertility rate : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 22. Population living <$US 1.25 per day : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 23. Population average annual growth rate : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 24. Infant mortality rate : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 25. Maternal mortality rate : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. 26. Under 5 child mortality rate : World Bank, World Development Indicators 2011. © 2012 KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. Member firms of the KPMG network of independent firms are affiliated with KPMG International. KPMG International provides no client services. All rights reserved.
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164 | Expect the Unexpected: Building business value in a changing world Figure 3: Persistent human deprivation ( Percent change statistics ranging from 1990 through 2011 on a global basis ) 1. People without access to adequate sanitation : United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Towards a Green Economy: Pathways to Sustainable Development and Poverty Eradication , 2011 . 2. People living on less than $US 2.00 per day : World Bank PovcalNet (online database of global poverty statistics). 3. People severely restricted in civil and political freedoms : Freedom House, Freedom in the World 2010: Global Erosion of Freedom . 4. People intermittently lacking food security : United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). 5. People without access to reliable electricity supplies : United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Keeping Track of Our Changing Environment, From Rio to Rio +20 (1992-2012). 6. People living on less than US $1.25 per day : World Bank PovcalNet (online database of global poverty statistics).
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