Sarrouh said that the report measures human development in terms of distribution of achievements and opportunities within societies, with an inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (HDI), meant to assess progress among national groups in health, education and income.
What does IAHDI stand for?
IAHDI stands for Inequality-Adjusted Human Development Index (measurement tool; countries worldwide)
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UNDP's Human Development Report 2010 introduces a new version of HDI: Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI).
For the first time, the 2010 report measures human development in terms of distribution of achievements and opportunities within societies, with an inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (HDI) assessing relative progress among national groups in health, education and income.