UN report finds 9 out of 10 international locations have fallen behind on life expectancy, training and residing requirements.
Thirty years of steady human progress is unravelling, in line with the newest report on the United Nations Human Growth Index.
It’s a measure of common life expectations, training ranges and residing requirements all over the world.
Because it was launched in 1990, the index has elevated yearly till 2020.
However the UN has now recorded two years of decline in a row.
What’s behind the change? And the way can the development be reversed?
Presenter: Adrian Finighan
Luis Felipe López Calva – UN Growth Programme’s regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean
Dr Jemilah Mahmood – Professor and government director of Planetary Well being at Sunway College
Charles Businge – Center East and North and East Africa director for Plan Worldwide