The United Nations Human Development Indicator classifies Barbados as having "very high" human development and Trinidad and Tobago and the Bahamas as "high.
What does UNHD stand for?
UNHD stands for United Nations Human Development (report)
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We have 2 other meanings of UNHD in our Acronym Attic
- Uranium Nitrate Hexahydrate
- University of New Hampshire-interoperability Laboratory
- United Nations Centre for Human Settlements
- United Nations Humanitarian Affairs Officer
- United Nations Humanitarian Air Services
- Universitas Hassanudin Makassar
- United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator
- Utrechts Nieuwsblad/Haagsche Courant (The Netherlands)
- United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
- United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
- United Nations Human Development Index
- United Nations Human Development Report
- University of New Hampshire Foundation
- Ultimate Nightmares Haunted House (San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, CA)
- United Nations Habitat and Human Settlements Foundation
- University of New Hampshire Interoperability Laboratory
- United Nations High-Level Dialogue (UN)
- University of New Hampshire at Manchester
- University of New Hampshire Muslim Students Association
- University Nursing Home Network (Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Food and Shelter Index relates strongly with GDP per capita (PPP), the poverty rate, and the United Nations Human Development Index, all key measures of a country's prosperity and wellbeing.
8% (2007) -- Courtesy/source: United Nations Human Development Report (2010); National Statisticals books (2010): Al Nisr Publishing LLC 2012.
Bokova noted that the 2010 United Nations Human Development Report termed Oman as one of the most improved nations in human development index over the least 40 years.
The United Nations Human Development index, a global ranking of countries based on education, poverty, and security, ranked Niger in last place three out of the last four years.
Ceara-Hatton announces that a report on "Social Policies: capacities and rights" prepared by the United Nations Human Development Office in the DR will be released on 9 June.
The United Nations Human Development Index, a composite measure of economic and social development, ranks Tanzania at 151 out of the 182 countries analyzed in the latest report.