IAHDI

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IAHDIInequality-Adjusted Human Development Index (measurement tool; countries worldwide)
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The Inequality-Adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI) ranks Brazil at 75th and Slovenia, 12th.
Arab states, according to the report, fall below the global average when measured by the Inequality-Adjusted Human Development Index.
The report calculated also the human development indicator adjusted by inequality-adjusted human development index (IHDI), gender inequality index, multidimensional poverty index and development according to gender (introduced this year 2014).
Using the inequality-adjusted Human Development Index, which takes into account not only the average achievements of a country on health, education, and income, but also their distribution, the 2013 Human Development Report concludes that the average loss to human development worldwide due to inequality was 23%.
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.
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.