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Each country measured by the Social Progress Index 2014 is more closely analyzed by comparing it to a cohort group of the 15 closest countries in terms of GDP. This allows us to identify areas of ...

Each country measured by the Social Progress Index 2014 is more closely analyzed by comparing it to a cohort group of the 15 closest countries in terms of GDP. This allows us to identify areas of under and over performance as suggested by similar GDP, and begin more targeted conversations on the interventions necessary to improve performance.

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  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available COUNTRY SCORECARDS
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available SOCIAL PROGRESS INDEX 2014 FRAMEWORK Basic Human Needs Opportunity Nutrition and Basic Medical Care  Undernourishment  Depth of food deficit  Maternal mortality rate  Stillbirth rate  Child mortality rate  Deaths from infectious diseases Water and Sanitation  Access to piped water  Rural vs. urban access to improved water source  Access to improved sanitation facilities Shelter  Availability of affordable housing  Access to electricity  Quality of electricity supply  Indoor air pollution attributable deaths Personal Safety  Homicide rate  Level of violent crime  Perceived criminality  Political terror  Traffic deaths Access to Basic Knowledge  Adult literacy rate  Primary school enrollment  Lower secondary school enrollment  Upper secondary school enrollment  Gender parity in secondary enrollment Access to Information and Communications  Mobile telephone subscriptions  Internet users  Press Freedom Index Health and Wellness  Life expectancy  Non-communicable disease deaths between the ages of 30 and 70  Obesity rate  Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths  Suicide rate Ecosystem Sustainability  Greenhouse gas emissions  Water withdrawals as a percent of resources  Biodiversity and habitat Personal Rights  Political rights  Freedom of speech  Freedom of assembly/association  Freedom of movement  Private property rights Personal Freedom and Choice  Freedom over life choices  Freedom of religion  Modern slavery, human trafficking and child marriage  Satisfied demand for contraception  Corruption Tolerance and Inclusion  Women treated with respect  Tolerance for immigrants  Tolerance for homosexuals  Discrimination and violence against minorities  Religious tolerance  Community safety net Access to Advanced Education  Years of tertiary schooling  Women’s average years in school  Inequality in the attainment of education  Number of globally ranked universities Social Progress Index Foundations of Wellbeing
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index Framework • First Index of its kind – no economic indicators, only measures social and environmental outcomes • 2014 results rank and analyse 132 countries, covering over 90% of the worlds population • Measures country performance across 54 areas to answer three questions: 1. Does a country provide for its people’s most essential needs? 2. Are the building blocks in place for people to improve their lives? 3. Is there opportunity for people to improve their position in society? Country Performance Scorecards • Strengths and weakness analysis examines country performance relative to a group of comparator countries with similar resources (measured in terms of GDP per capita) • Holistic view of priority areas for action and identification of out-performing areas 2014 FRAMEWORK & COUNTRY PERFORMANCE SCORECARDS Basic Human Needs Opportunity Nutrition and Basic Medical Care Water and Sanitation Shelter Personal Safety Access to Basic Knowledge Access to Information and Communications Health and Wellness Ecosystem Sustainability Personal Rights Personal Freedom and Choice Tolerance and Inclusion Access to Advanced Education Social Progress Index Foundations of Wellbeing
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Background. The component, dimension and overall Social Progress Index scores are scaled from 0 to 100 with 100 as the score that a country would achieve were it to have the highest possible score on every indicator, and 0 as the score were it to have the lowest possible score on every indicator. With this scale, it is possible to evaluate a country’s performance relative to the best and worst possible score. In some cases, it is also helpful to compare a country’s performance to other countries at a similar level of economic development. For example, a lower-income country may have a low score on a certain component, but could greatly exceed typical scores for countries with similar per capita incomes. Conversely, a high- income country may have a high absolute score on a component, but still fall short of what is typical for comparably wealthy countries. For this reason, we have developed a methodology to present a country’s strengths and weaknesses on a relative rather than absolute basis, comparing a country’s performance to that of its economic peers. SOCIAL PROGRESS INDEX SCORECARD OVERVIEW Reading the relative analysis scorecard. Within the group of peer countries, yellow signifies that a country’s performance is typical for countries at its level of economic development, green signifies that the country performs substantially better than its peer group, and red signifies that the country performs substantially worse than its peer group. Standard groupings of countries, such as the classifications done by the World Bank, are not appropriate for our purposes for two reasons. First, the groupings are too large, representing excessively wide ranges of social performance and therefore few relative strengths and weaknesses. Second, using these groups, countries at the top or bottom of a group may appear to have a misleadingly large number of strengths or weaknesses simply because the group the country is being compared to is at a much lower or higher level of economic development. We therefore define the group of a country’s economic peers as the 15 countries closest in GDP PPP per capita. After significant testing, we found that larger groupings resulted in a wider range of typical scores and therefore too few relative strengths and weakness. Smaller groupings become too sensitive to outliers. Once the group of comparator countries is established, the country’s performance is compared to the median performance of countries in the group. The median is used rather than the mean, to minimize the influence of outliers. If the country’s score is greater than (or less than) the average absolute deviation from the median of the comparator group, it is considered a strength (or weakness). Scores that are within one average absolute deviation are within the range of expected scores and are considered neither strengths nor weaknesses. When the distribution of scores at the component level is tight around the median with too little variation to assess relative strengths and weaknesses, a 1 percent band around the median is used to determine strengths and weaknesses. www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Weakness vs peersRelative Strength vs peers Neutral BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score Rank N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score Rank S OPPORTUNITY Score Rank S+91.74 18 84.97 6 88.01 1 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.57 28 N Access to Basic Knowledge 99.49 2 S Personal Rights 98.80 1 S       Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N           Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 96.74 7 S+ Personal Freedom and Choice 94.00 1 S+       Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities S+ Press Freedom Index S+ Modern slavery, human tra fficking, child marriage N     Satisfied demand for contraception N     Corruption S+       Shelter 83.23 21 N Health and Wellness 77.81 35 N Tolerance and Inclusion 82.41 4 S+       Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N   Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S     Community safety net S       Personal Safety 86.13 17 N Ecosystem Sustainability 65.84 32 N Access to Advanced Education 76.84 4 S       Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W- Political terror N   Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N     Social Progress Index rank: 1 GDP per capita rank: 25 NEW ZEALAND Country’s Comparator Group: Tanzania, Burkina Faso , Nepal, Zambia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Bangladesh, Senegal, Mali, L esotho, Ghana, Central African Republic, Guinea, and Togo 1 2 2 1
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available GDP per capita rank: 68/132 ALBANIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N80.12 50 73.13 43 54.14 58 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 94.81 50 N Access to Basic Knowledge 87.02 83 W Personal Rights 61.55 58 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 91.53 49 N Access to Information and Communications 69.18 47 N Personal Freedom and Choice 65.97 70 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W Shelter 66.72 66 N Health and Wellness 78.21 28 N Tolerance and Inclusion 49.47 68 N Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy S Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S+ Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 67.43 50 N Ecosystem Sustainability 58.12 56 N Access to Advanced Education 39.58 73 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N China, Tunisia, Ecuador, Thailand, Dominican Republic, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colombia, Jamaica, Macedonia, Peru, Serbia, and Namibia Social Progress Index rank: 48/132
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 87/132 GDP per capita rank: 70/132 ALGERIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W76.25 59 64.25 83 36.90 116 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 91.00 69 N Access to Basic Knowledge 87.15 81 N Personal Rights 20.97 119 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights W- Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment S Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 87.04 58 N Access to Information and Communications 50.63 95 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 59.91 100 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W- Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 68.57 64 N Health and Wellness 79.65 20 N Tolerance and Inclusion 40.94 95 N Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy W Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 58.38 73 N Ecosystem Sustainability 39.56 104 W Access to Advanced Education 25.79 98 W Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jamaica, China, Albania, Namibia, Ukraine, Tunisia, Ecuador, Thailand, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Azerbaijan, Egypt, and Colombia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 127/132 GDP per capita rank: 81/132 ANGOLA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W- OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W-41.67 118 46.38 127 31.75 124 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 53.94 127 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 53.22 119 W- Personal Rights 21.84 117 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights W Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 43.05 109 N Access to Information and Communications 33.12 118 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 52.26 123 W- Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption W Shelter 28.09 118 W- Health and Wellness 66.60 107 N Tolerance and Inclusion 37.22 107 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect N Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net W Personal Safety 41.59 115 W Ecosystem Sustainability 32.56 118 W Access to Advanced Education 15.67 114 W Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W- Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Jordan, Paraguay, Sri Lanka, Georgia, Egypt, Mongolia, Morocco, Bolivia, Swaziland, El Salvador, Guatemala, Indonesia, Ukraine, Namibia, and Congo, Republic of
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 42/132 GDP per capita rank: 51/132 ARGENTINA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S77.77 54 70.62 58 63.38 33 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 94.62 53 N Access to Basic Knowledge 94.53 48 N Personal Rights 66.55 49 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 95.65 36 N Access to Information and Communications 69.54 45 N Personal Freedom and Choice 73.61 37 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 60.75 80 N Health and Wellness 70.56 84 N Tolerance and Inclusion 64.53 25 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 60.07 71 N Ecosystem Sustainability 47.83 84 N Access to Advanced Education 48.83 44 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths N Venezuela, Romania, Kazakhstan, Costa Rica, Bulgaria, Lebanon, Montenegro, Iran, Brazil, Mauritius, Mexico, Belarus, South Africa, Serbia, and Turkey
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 60/132 GDP per capita rank: 71/132 ARMENIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N78.42 52 69.27 62 47.39 79 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 92.39 61 N Access to Basic Knowledge 93.45 56 N Personal Rights 41.78 90 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights W Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 94.71 40 S Access to Information and Communications 64.37 60 N Personal Freedom and Choice 57.30 107 W Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption N Shelter 62.92 74 W Health and Wellness 59.36 127 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 39.30 99 N Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals W Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net W Personal Safety 63.66 63 N Ecosystem Sustainability 59.91 49 N Access to Advanced Education 51.20 37 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality S+ Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Bosnia and Herzegovina, Algeria, Jamaica, China, Albania, Namibia, Ukraine, Tunisia, Ecuador, Thailand, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Azerbaijan, Egypt, and Colombia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 10/132 GDP per capita rank: 10/132 AUSTRALIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N92.47 14 80.27 18 85.54 3 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.28 11 N Access to Basic Knowledge 96.80 29 N Personal Rights 97.60 2 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 99.94 12 N Access to Information and Communications 83.36 19 N Personal Freedom and Choice 90.56 8 N Access to piped water n/a Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 84.12 18 W Health and Wellness 81.79 5 N Tolerance and Inclusion 78.70 6 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 87.53 15 N Ecosystem Sustainability 59.14 52 N Access to Advanced Education 75.32 6 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Canada, Austria, United Arab Emirates, Sweden, Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, Iceland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Switzerland, Finland, Japan, and Kuwait
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 11/132 GDP per capita rank: 8/132 AUSTRIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N94.57 6 86.35 5 74.42 20 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.21 15 N Access to Basic Knowledge 96.56 33 W Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment n/a Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 94.1 9 N Personal Freedom and Choice 83.20 17 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption W Shelter 88.38 8 N Health and Wellness 79.98 17 N Tolerance and Inclusion 66.45 21 W Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W- Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals W- Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 91.67 8 N Ecosystem Sustainability 74.76 8 S Access to Advanced Education 60.09 25 W Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Canada, Ireland, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Iceland, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Kuwait, Finland, and Japan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 73/132 GDP per capita rank: 63/132 AZERBAIJAN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W76.19 60 68.59 67 42.54 99 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 91.43 66 N Access to Basic Knowledge 93.26 57 N Personal Rights 28.21 111 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate S Political rights W- Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 68.56 86 W Access to Information and Communications 63.46 62 N Personal Freedom and Choice 55.42 112 W- Access to piped water W- Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users S Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W- Shelter 77.50 38 S Health and Wellness 68.04 101 W Tolerance and Inclusion 39.69 97 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals W Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 67.29 51 N Ecosystem Sustainability 49.61 79 N Access to Advanced Education 46.85 52 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality S+ Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Dominican Republic, Colombia, Thailand, Ecuador, Tunisia, Macedonia, Peru, Albania, Serbia, China, South Africa, Brazil, Algeria, Armenia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 99/132 GDP per capita rank: 113/132 BANGLADESH BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N57.28 98 59.40 100 39.44 108 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 72.55 99 N Access to Basic Knowledge 71.65 102 N Personal Rights 51.40 74 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment S Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases S Water and Sanitation 56.57 93 S Access to Information and Communications 35.4 115 N Personal Freedom and Choice 61.66 88 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S+ Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S+ Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 42.91 97 N Health and Wellness 76.58 44 S Tolerance and Inclusion 30.13 126 W- Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy S+ Women treated with respect S Access to electricity S Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W- Community safety net W- Personal Safety 57.08 79 N Ecosystem Sustainability 53.97 68 N Access to Advanced Education 14.56 115 N Homicide rate S+ Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S+ Senegal, Lesotho, Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Tanzania, Chad, Benin, Sudan, Tajikistan, Burkina Faso, Nepal, Cameroon, Djibouti, and Rwanda
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 58/132 GDP per capita rank: 45/132 BELARUS BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W84.13 38 67.35 73 44.13 91 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.93 23 S Access to Basic Knowledge 96.78 30 S Personal Rights 15.15 126 W- Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate S Political rights W- Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 94.76 39 N Access to Information and Communications 61.19 70 N Personal Freedom and Choice 61.83 84 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 74.99 48 N Health and Wellness 56.56 129 W Tolerance and Inclusion 49.08 71 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 68.84 46 N Ecosystem Sustainability 54.87 65 N Access to Advanced Education 50.46 39 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Turkey, Mexico, Mauritius, Uruguay, Botswana, Lebanon, Panama, Bulgaria, Malaysia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Argentina, Venezuela, Romania, and Costa Rica
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 17/132 GDP per capita rank: 15/132 BELGIUM BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N92.74 13 78.81 23 76.34 15 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.26 13 N Access to Basic Knowledge 98.40 12 N Personal Rights 85.56 19 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 88.83 12 N Personal Freedom and Choice 81.99 22 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 86.11 13 N Health and Wellness 77.85 34 W Tolerance and Inclusion 70.24 18 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 86.60 16 N Ecosystem Sustainability 50.16 78 W Access to Advanced Education 67.56 16 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W United Kingdom, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Iceland, Germany, Sweden, France, Australia, Canada, Austria, United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Ireland, and Korea, Republic of
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 106/132 GDP per capita rank: 117/132 BENIN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N47.76 109 57.24 107 42.33 100 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 72.09 100 S Access to Basic Knowledge 50.50 124 N Personal Rights 52.05 73 N Undernourishment S Adult literacy rate W- Political rights S Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 36.68 114 N Access to Information and Communications 47.6 98 N Personal Freedom and Choice 58.85 103 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions S Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 31.47 113 N Health and Wellness 72.35 78 N Tolerance and Inclusion 49.26 69 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities S+ Suicide rate S Religious tolerance S Community safety net W Personal Safety 50.79 93 N Ecosystem Sustainability 58.51 53 N Access to Advanced Education 9.17 124 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror S+ Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Tanzania, Burkina Faso, Nepal, Zambia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Bangladesh, Senegal, Mali, Lesotho, Ghana, Central African Republic, Guinea, and Togo
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 71/132 GDP per capita rank: 85/132 BOLIVIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N63.44 88 71.42 55 53.85 59 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 77.11 93 N Access to Basic Knowledge 86.22 86 N Personal Rights 54.18 71 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 61.55 89 N Access to Information and Communications 59.44 74 N Personal Freedom and Choice 72.45 42 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 53.78 92 N Health and Wellness 78.25 27 N Tolerance and Inclusion 54.47 51 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 61.31 67 N Ecosystem Sustainability 61.75 45 N Access to Advanced Education 34.31 81 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Morocco, Swaziland, Guatemala, Mongolia, Indonesia, Georgia, Angola, Congo, Republic of, Jordan, Paraguay, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Iraq, Honduras, and Nicaragua
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 61/132 GDP per capita rank: 72/132 BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N84.52 37 63.53 89 46.93 80 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.30 30 S Access to Basic Knowledge 90.21 73 N Personal Rights 46.23 85 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S+ Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases S Water and Sanitation 92.32 47 S Access to Information and Communications 68.1 48 N Personal Freedom and Choice 61.80 85 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S+ Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption S Shelter 72.76 54 N Health and Wellness 63.54 118 W Tolerance and Inclusion 37.17 108 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy S Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S+ Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 75.69 33 S Ecosystem Sustainability 32.29 119 W- Access to Advanced Education 42.51 61 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality S+ Biodiversity and habitat W- Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror S+ Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Armenia, Algeria, Jamaica, China, Albania, Namibia, Ukraine, Tunisia, Ecuador, Thailand, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Azerbaijan, Egypt, and Colombia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 57/132 GDP per capita rank: 42/132 BOTSWANA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N65.88 83 72.67 47 58.25 44 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 70.02 102 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 84.49 88 W- Personal Rights 71.14 41 N Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate W- Political rights N Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 74.92 77 W- Access to Information and Communications 61.37 69 N Personal Freedom and Choice 74.37 35 N Access to piped water W- Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users W- Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption S Shelter 51.54 94 W- Health and Wellness 69.17 93 N Tolerance and Inclusion 59.34 40 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect S Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 67.05 52 N Ecosystem Sustainability 75.66 7 S Access to Advanced Education 28.16 88 W- Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W- Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Panama, Uruguay, Turkey, Belarus, Malaysia, Mexico, Mauritius, Russia, Lebanon, Latvia, Chile, Croatia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, and Argentina
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 46/132 GDP per capita rank: 57/132 BRAZIL BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S71.09 74 75.78 38 63.03 36 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 92.02 63 N Access to Basic Knowledge 95.43 38 S Personal Rights 74.94 32 N Undernourishment W Adult literacy rate W Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment n/a Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 81.64 67 N Access to Information and Communications 67.69 49 N Personal Freedom and Choice 77.32 27 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 73.20 53 S Health and Wellness 76.05 47 N Tolerance and Inclusion 61.77 33 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 37.50 122 W Ecosystem Sustainability 63.94 35 N Access to Advanced Education 38.09 76 W Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths N Iran, Montenegro, South Africa, Serbia, Peru, Costa Rica, Macedonia, Colombia, Romania, Venezuela, Azerbaijan, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Kazakhstan, and Thailand
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 44/132 GDP per capita rank: 49/132 BULGARIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N82.01 45 71.72 51 56.98 49 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 94.95 48 N Access to Basic Knowledge 93.67 53 N Personal Rights 62.40 56 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 98.66 24 N Access to Information and Communications 69.33 46 N Personal Freedom and Choice 64.01 77 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 62.83 75 N Health and Wellness 60.63 123 W Tolerance and Inclusion 50.09 64 N Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 71.58 42 N Ecosystem Sustainability 63.25 38 S Access to Advanced Education 51.42 36 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Argentina, Venezuela, Romania, Mauritius, Mexico, Costa Rica, Belarus, Turkey, Montenegro, Uruguay, Iran, Brazil, and Botswana
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 112/132 GDP per capita rank: 118/132 BURKINA FASO BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S40.16 121 56.07 109 45.75 85 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 61.24 116 N Access to Basic Knowledge 40.17 129 W Personal Rights 61.77 57 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 31.04 120 N Access to Information and Communications 44.98 100 N Personal Freedom and Choice 58.27 105 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S+ Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 18.43 126 W Health and Wellness 73.28 72 N Tolerance and Inclusion 54.41 52 S Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 49.93 96 N Ecosystem Sustainability 65.88 31 N Access to Advanced Education 8.53 126 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Nepal, Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, Kenya, Mali, Bangladesh, Central African Republic, Senegal, Guinea, Lesotho, Togo, and Mozambique
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 130/132 GDP per capita rank: 131/132 BURUNDI BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W32.84 130 46.05 129 33.10 123 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 27.58 132 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 61.30 113 N Personal Rights 39.38 96 N Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate S Political rights N Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 50.39 104 S Access to Information and Communications 19.63 130 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 50.10 126 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users W Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities S+ Press Freedom Index W- Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W Shelter 10.96 130 W Health and Wellness 68.59 96 W Tolerance and Inclusion 33.18 117 W Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity W Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net W Personal Safety 42.43 114 W Ecosystem Sustainability 34.70 113 W Access to Advanced Education 9.73 121 N Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Liberia, Malawi, Niger, Madagascar, Mozambique, Togo, Guinea, Central African Republic, Mali, Uganda, Rwanda, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Benin, and Tanzania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 100/132 GDP per capita rank: 102/132 CAMBODIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N47.44 110 66.89 76 41.33 103 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 76.91 94 S Access to Basic Knowledge 70.45 105 N Personal Rights 43.53 89 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 35.58 115 W Access to Information and Communications 48.17 97 N Personal Freedom and Choice 63.79 78 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions S Freedom over life choices S+ Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 28.96 115 W Health and Wellness 77.88 33 S+ Tolerance and Inclusion 40.02 96 N Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy S Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W- Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net W Personal Safety 48.30 101 N Ecosystem Sustainability 71.07 20 S+ Access to Advanced Education 17.99 108 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat S+ Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Yemen, Kyrgyzstan, Mauritania, Djibouti, Cameroon, Nigeria, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Sudan, Chad, Laos, Ghana, Lesotho, Senegal, and Bangladesh
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 116/132 GDP per capita rank: 106/132 CAMEROON BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N44.13 114 53.73 114 38.65 112 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 60.52 120 N Access to Basic Knowledge 68.37 107 N Personal Rights 25.43 116 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 30.84 121 W Access to Information and Communications 39.94 109 N Personal Freedom and Choice 60.37 97 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion S+ Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 39.15 103 N Health and Wellness 66.06 108 W Tolerance and Inclusion 49.80 66 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 46.03 107 N Ecosystem Sustainability 40.56 101 N Access to Advanced Education 19.01 105 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Djibouti, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Yemen, Cambodia, Sudan, Chad, Mauritania, Ghana, Nigeria, Lesotho, Senegal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Laos
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 7/132 GDP per capita rank: 9/132 CANADA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S93.52 11 80.31 17 87.02 2 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.10 21 N Access to Basic Knowledge 98.00 17 N Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment n/a Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 95.76 35 W- Access to Information and Communications 83.23 20 N Personal Freedom and Choice 91.14 6 N Access to piped water W- Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 88.64 5 N Health and Wellness 80.78 13 N Tolerance and Inclusion 86.79 2 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S+ Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S+ Community safety net N Personal Safety 91.58 9 N Ecosystem Sustainability 59.21 51 N Access to Advanced Education 82.21 2 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S+ Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Austria, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden, Germany, Iceland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Switzerland, Denmark, Kuwait, Finland, and Japan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 131/132 GDP per capita rank: 123/132 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W-27.42 131 47.38 125 27.70 128 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 47.06 130 W Access to Basic Knowledge 35.90 130 W Personal Rights 15.32 125 W- Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights W- Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate W Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 23.61 126 N Access to Information and Communications 26.64 128 W Personal Freedom and Choice 54.91 115 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions W Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 9.61 131 W Health and Wellness 64.78 114 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 31.17 122 W- Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net W- Personal Safety 29.41 129 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 62.20 42 N Access to Advanced Education 9.40 123 N Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S Guinea, Togo, Mozambique, Madagascar, Mali, Uganda, Rwanda, Niger, Malawi, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Benin, Tanzania, and Burundi
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 132/132 GDP per capita rank: 109/132 CHAD BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W- OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W25.94 132 42.42 131 29.45 126 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 39.29 131 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 28.01 132 W- Personal Rights 35.82 101 N Undernourishment W Adult literacy rate W- Political rights N Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 26.11 124 W Access to Information and Communications 29.94 126 W Personal Freedom and Choice 40.98 129 W- Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption N Shelter 6.38 132 W- Health and Wellness 69.04 94 N Tolerance and Inclusion 35.78 113 N Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect W- Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 31.97 127 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 42.70 96 N Access to Advanced Education 5.21 131 W Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Sudan, Tajikistan, Ghana, Cameroon, Lesotho, Djibouti, Senegal, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, Yemen, Cambodia, Kenya, Mauritania, Zambia, and Nigeria
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 30/132 GDP per capita rank: 37/132 CHILE BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S83.85 39 72.99 45 72.06 23 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 94.85 49 N Access to Basic Knowledge 94.91 42 N Personal Rights 89.85 8 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S+ Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 92.19 48 N Access to Information and Communications 71.28 40 N Personal Freedom and Choice 80.17 24 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 76.37 46 N Health and Wellness 74.74 57 N Tolerance and Inclusion 65.76 23 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy S Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S+ Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 71.99 40 N Ecosystem Sustainability 51.06 75 N Access to Advanced Education 52.45 34 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Latvia, Croatia, Russia, Malaysia, Hungary, Panama, Botswana, Uruguay, Turkey, Belarus, Poland, Mexico, Mauritius, Lithuania, and Estonia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 90/132 GDP per capita rank: 69/132 CHINA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W-73.02 69 63.78 84 39.21 110 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 91.01 68 N Access to Basic Knowledge 94.87 44 S Personal Rights 4.80 131 W- Undernourishment W Adult literacy rate N Political rights W- Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S+ Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment S Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 70.99 83 W Access to Information and Communications 41.78 106 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 68.59 60 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index W- Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S+ Corruption N Shelter 72.75 55 N Health and Wellness 72.74 75 N Tolerance and Inclusion 38.62 100 N Availability of affordable housing S+ Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S+ Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 57.34 77 N Ecosystem Sustainability 45.74 90 N Access to Advanced Education 44.81 54 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths N Albania, Tunisia, Ecuador, Thailand, Algeria, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Azerbaijan, Colombia, Macedonia, Namibia, Peru, and Ukraine
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 52/132 GDP per capita rank: 62/132 COLOMBIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N69.56 75 75.72 39 56.45 51 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 90.61 72 N Access to Basic Knowledge 89.63 75 N Personal Rights 58.60 65 N Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 72.18 81 W Access to Information and Communications 61.84 67 N Personal Freedom and Choice 75.13 30 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 76.88 40 S Health and Wellness 79.21 21 N Tolerance and Inclusion 51.41 61 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 38.56 119 W Ecosystem Sustainability 72.18 17 S Access to Advanced Education 40.67 70 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S+ Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths N Macedonia, Azerbaijan, Peru, Dominican Republic, Serbia, Thailand, Ecuador, Tunisia, South Africa, Albania, Brazil, China, Iran, Montenegro, and Algeria
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 110/132 GDP per capita rank: 89/132 CONGO, REPUBLIC OF BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N34.18 128 64.38 81 45.42 86 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 54.02 126 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 72.25 101 W Personal Rights 43.91 88 N Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate N Political rights W- Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 10.00 131 W- Access to Information and Communications 53.67 86 N Personal Freedom and Choice 62.44 82 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users W Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption W Shelter 26.20 119 W- Health and Wellness 65.67 112 N Tolerance and Inclusion 48.91 72 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect N Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S+ Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net W Personal Safety 46.51 105 N Ecosystem Sustainability 65.92 30 S Access to Advanced Education 26.44 94 N Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Philippines, Iraq, Honduras, Nicaragua, Indonesia, India, Guatemala, Swaziland, Uzbekistan, Bolivia, Morocco, Moldova, Guyana, Mongolia, and Georgia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 25/132 GDP per capita rank: 54/132 COSTA RICA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S+82.66 42 80.53 16 70.04 24 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 95.16 43 N Access to Basic Knowledge 93.52 54 N Personal Rights 82.83 21 S Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 91.03 51 N Access to Information and Communications 78.12 29 S Personal Freedom and Choice 82.71 18 S+ Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S+ Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S+ Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption S Shelter 78.83 33 S+ Health and Wellness 81.71 6 S Tolerance and Inclusion 71.19 16 S+ Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy S Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S+ Tolerance for immigrants S+ Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net S Personal Safety 65.63 57 N Ecosystem Sustainability 68.79 25 S Access to Advanced Education 43.41 57 N Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Romania, Venezuela, Argentina, Montenegro, Iran, Kazakhstan, Brazil, Bulgaria, South Africa, Lebanon, Serbia, Peru, Macedonia, Mauritius, and Mexico
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 36/132 GDP per capita rank: 36/132 CROATIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N88.16 26 76.87 29 54.88 57 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 96.46 39 N Access to Basic Knowledge 94.79 46 N Personal Rights 68.22 44 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 93.94 42 N Access to Information and Communications 71.77 39 N Personal Freedom and Choice 65.18 73 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 81.95 25 S Health and Wellness 71.31 81 N Tolerance and Inclusion 43.66 86 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net W- Personal Safety 80.28 25 N Ecosystem Sustainability 69.63 23 N Access to Advanced Education 42.46 62 N Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Chile, Latvia, Russia, Hungary, Malaysia, Panama, Botswana, Uruguay, Turkey, Poland, Belarus, Lithuania, Estonia, Mexico, and Mauritius
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 79/132 GDP per capita rank: N/A CUBA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) # FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) # OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) #82.10 43 58.11 103 42.99 95 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.04 33 #N/A Access to Basic Knowledge 95.92 35 #N/A Personal Rights 2.40 132 #N/A Undernourishment #N/A Adult literacy rate #N/A Political rights #N/A Depth of food deficit #N/A Primary school enrollment #N/A Freedom of speech #N/A Maternal mortality rate #N/A Lower secondary school enrollment #N/A Freedom of assembly/association #N/A Stillbirth rate #N/A Upper secondary school enrollment #N/A Freedom of movement #N/A Child mortality rate #N/A Gender parity in secondary enrollment #N/A Private property rights #N/A Deaths from infectious diseases #N/A Water and Sanitation 84.37 61 #N/A Access to Information and Communications 13.25 132 #N/A Personal Freedom and Choice 60.71 94 #N/A Access to piped water #N/A Mobile telephone subscriptions #N/A Freedom over life choices #N/A Rural vs. urban access to improved water source #N/A Internet users #N/A Freedom of religion #N/A Access to improved sanitation facilities #N/A Press Freedom Index #N/A Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage #N/A Satisfied demand for contraception #N/A Corruption #N/A Shelter 67.62 65 #N/A Health and Wellness 73.84 66 #N/A Tolerance and Inclusion 64.63 24 #N/A Availability of affordable housing #N/A Life expectancy #N/A Women treated with respect #N/A Access to electricity #N/A Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 #N/A Tolerance for immigrants #N/A Quality of electricity supply #N/A Obesity rate #N/A Tolerance for homosexuals #N/A Indoor air pollution attributable deaths #N/A Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths #N/A Discrimination and violence against minorities #N/A Suicide rate #N/A Religious tolerance #N/A Community safety net #N/A Personal Safety 79.38 28 #N/A Ecosystem Sustainability 49.42 80 #N/A Access to Advanced Education 44.19 55 #N/A Homicide rate #N/A Greenhouse gas emissions #N/A Years of tertiary schooling #N/A Level of violent crime #N/A Water withdrawals as a percent of resources #N/A Women's average years in school #N/A Perceived criminality #N/A Biodiversity and habitat #N/A Inequality in the attainment of education #N/A Political terror #N/A Number of globally ranked universities #N/A Traffic deaths #N/A
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 23/132 GDP per capita rank: 27/132 CZECH REPUBLIC BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N91.77 17 83.26 13 66.21 29 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 90.88 71 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 97.19 28 N Personal Rights 75.41 31 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment n/a Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 98.44 25 N Access to Information and Communications 86.66 15 N Personal Freedom and Choice 74.46 34 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 85.66 14 S Health and Wellness 73.21 73 N Tolerance and Inclusion 61.14 36 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 92.08 7 S Ecosystem Sustainability 76.00 6 S Access to Advanced Education 53.83 30 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality S+ Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Trinidad and Tobago, Slovenia, New Zealand, Italy, Spain, Slovakia, Portugal, Greece, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Korea, Republic of, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, and France
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 9/132 GDP per capita rank: 16/132 DENMARK BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N95.73 1 84.82 8 79.10 13 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.53 5 N Access to Basic Knowledge 98.41 11 N Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 97.83 4 S Personal Freedom and Choice 90.76 7 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S+ Shelter 91.81 1 S+ Health and Wellness 78.84 22 N Tolerance and Inclusion 76.64 9 N Availability of affordable housing S+ Life expectancy W Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 92.56 5 S Ecosystem Sustainability 64.19 34 N Access to Advanced Education 61.02 23 W Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities W Traffic deaths N Belgium, United Kingdom, Finland, Japan, Iceland, Germany, France, Sweden, Australia, Canada, Austria, United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Ireland, and Korea, Republic of
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 115/132 GDP per capita rank: 105/132 DJIBOUTI BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score Rank W- OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N59.82 95 41.34 132 36.68 117 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 67.96 108 N Access to Basic Knowledge 52.77 120 N Personal Rights 31.32 109 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 55.75 94 N Access to Information and Communications 16.91 131 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 60.70 95 N Access to piped water S+ Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 54.08 90 S Health and Wellness 63.88 117 W Tolerance and Inclusion 46.31 79 N Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 61.50 66 S Ecosystem Sustainability 31.80 121 N Access to Advanced Education 8.39 128 W Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime S+ Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W- Cameroon, Kyrgyzstan, Yemen, Cambodia, Tajikistan, Sudan, Chad, Mauritania, Nigeria, Ghana, Pakistan, Lesotho, Senegal, Bangladesh, and Laos
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 68/132 GDP per capita rank: 64/132 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N65.78 84 71.38 56 51.93 66 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 85.06 81 W Access to Basic Knowledge 86.32 85 W- Personal Rights 44.30 87 N Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate W Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 83.61 62 N Access to Information and Communications 61.55 68 N Personal Freedom and Choice 72.94 38 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices S+ Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W Shelter 61.55 77 W- Health and Wellness 74.33 62 N Tolerance and Inclusion 56.23 46 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net S Personal Safety 32.90 126 W Ecosystem Sustainability 63.32 37 N Access to Advanced Education 34.25 82 W Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W- Azerbaijan, Thailand, Colombia, Ecuador, Tunisia, Macedonia, Peru, Albania, China, Serbia, South Africa, Algeria, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Brazil
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 50/132 GDP per capita rank: 66/132 ECUADOR BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N72.98 70 75.97 35 55.51 52 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 85.27 80 W Access to Basic Knowledge 92.32 62 N Personal Rights 56.58 66 N Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 84.65 60 N Access to Information and Communications 63.12 65 N Personal Freedom and Choice 74.47 33 S Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 74.81 50 S Health and Wellness 79.89 18 N Tolerance and Inclusion 52.23 59 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 47.18 103 N Ecosystem Sustainability 68.54 27 S Access to Advanced Education 38.78 74 N Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Tunisia, Thailand, Albania, Dominican Republic, Azerbaijan, China, Colombia, Macedonia, Peru, Algeria, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Jamaica, and South Africa
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 84/132 GDP per capita rank: 77/132 EGYPT BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W76.77 58 68.98 66 34.17 119 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 92.30 62 S Access to Basic Knowledge 84.33 89 N Personal Rights 28.21 111 W Undernourishment S+ Adult literacy rate W Political rights W Depth of food deficit S+ Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 96.39 32 S Access to Information and Communications 60.31 72 N Personal Freedom and Choice 57.07 109 W- Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W- Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 61.12 79 N Health and Wellness 69.77 89 N Tolerance and Inclusion 24.67 129 W Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate W- Tolerance for homosexuals n/a Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net W Personal Safety 57.25 78 N Ecosystem Sustainability 61.50 47 S Access to Advanced Education 26.72 92 N Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths S El Salvador, Sri Lanka, Paraguay, Jordan, Angola, Ukraine, Georgia, Namibia, Mongolia, Morocco, Bolivia, Swaziland, Jamaica, Guatemala, and Indonesia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 63/132 GDP per capita rank: 76/132 EL SALVADOR BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S68.98 78 67.20 75 57.92 46 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 88.02 77 N Access to Basic Knowledge 83.86 90 N Personal Rights 72.54 38 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 73.59 80 N Access to Information and Communications 65.71 55 N Personal Freedom and Choice 72.66 40 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 76.56 43 S Health and Wellness 75.28 52 N Tolerance and Inclusion 58.42 41 S Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S+ Community safety net N Personal Safety 37.73 121 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 43.97 94 N Access to Advanced Education 28.05 89 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Ukraine, Egypt, Namibia, Sri Lanka, Paraguay, Jordan, Angola, Jamaica, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Armenia, Algeria, Mongolia, Morocco, and Bolivia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 19/132 GDP per capita rank: 32/132 ESTONIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S87.13 28 84.39 10 72.32 22 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.61 27 N Access to Basic Knowledge 98.18 14 N Personal Rights 97.60 2 S+ Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S+ Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 95.04 38 N Access to Information and Communications 93.48 10 S+ Personal Freedom and Choice 79.46 25 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S+ Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 76.84 41 N Health and Wellness 76.38 45 N Tolerance and Inclusion 51.48 60 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 79.02 29 N Ecosystem Sustainability 69.50 24 N Access to Advanced Education 60.74 24 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S Lithuania, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Portugal, Slovakia, Croatia, Chile, Latvia, Russia, Malaysia, Trinidad and Tobago, Panama, Botswana, and Czech Republic
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 8/132 GDP per capita rank: 17/132 FINLAND BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N94.63 4 84.17 11 81.92 8 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.74 2 N Access to Basic Knowledge 99.25 7 N Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases S Water and Sanitation 99.83 17 N Access to Information and Communications 97.21 6 S Personal Freedom and Choice 93.10 4 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 90.66 2 S Health and Wellness 78.60 24 N Tolerance and Inclusion 78.74 5 N Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 89.29 11 N Ecosystem Sustainability 61.63 46 N Access to Advanced Education 67.89 12 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Japan, Denmark, Belgium, United Kingdom, France, Iceland, Germany, Sweden, Korea, Republic of, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Canada, Austria, and United Arab Emirates
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 20/132 GDP per capita rank: 19/132 FRANCE BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N91.23 19 79.37 20 72.72 21 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.03 22 N Access to Basic Knowledge 99.21 8 N Personal Rights 80.39 26 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 82.64 21 N Personal Freedom and Choice 84.29 15 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 86.89 10 N Health and Wellness 80.48 14 N Tolerance and Inclusion 62.03 32 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate W Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 79.99 26 N Ecosystem Sustainability 55.16 63 N Access to Advanced Education 64.18 19 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths N Japan, Finland, Korea, Republic of, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Denmark, Belgium, United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, New Zealand, Iceland, Germany, Sweden, and Slovenia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 66/132 GDP per capita rank: 82/132 GEORGIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N75.11 63 67.64 70 49.07 73 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 80.65 89 N Access to Basic Knowledge 94.91 42 S Personal Rights 48.45 80 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate S Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 88.89 54 S Access to Information and Communications 66.34 52 S Personal Freedom and Choice 66.11 69 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S+ Shelter 61.81 76 N Health and Wellness 63.32 119 W Tolerance and Inclusion 30.16 125 W Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net W- Personal Safety 69.11 44 S Ecosystem Sustainability 45.98 89 N Access to Advanced Education 51.55 35 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S+ Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Angola, Jordan, Paraguay, Sri Lanka, Mongolia, Morocco, Bolivia, Swaziland, Guatemala, Egypt, Indonesia, El Salvador, Congo, Republic of, Philippines, and Ukraine
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 12/132 GDP per capita rank: 12/132 GERMANY BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N93.08 12 84.96 7 75.81 16 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.68 4 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.38 25 N Personal Rights 80.21 27 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 89.45 11 N Personal Freedom and Choice 86.69 13 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 85.44 15 W Health and Wellness 79.70 19 N Tolerance and Inclusion 68.47 20 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W- Community safety net N Personal Safety 88.19 13 N Ecosystem Sustainability 73.30 14 S Access to Advanced Education 67.85 13 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths N Sweden, Australia, Iceland, Canada, Austria, United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Ireland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Switzerland, and France
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 96/132 GDP per capita rank: 110/132 GHANA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S52.39 103 65.63 80 49.85 69 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 75.78 96 N Access to Basic Knowledge 71.35 103 N Personal Rights 78.37 28 S+ Undernourishment S Adult literacy rate N Political rights S Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment S Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S+ Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 39.10 112 N Access to Information and Communications 63.11 66 S+ Personal Freedom and Choice 59.76 101 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions S Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption S+ Shelter 42.19 99 N Health and Wellness 73.92 65 N Tolerance and Inclusion 43.71 85 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity S Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 52.50 87 N Ecosystem Sustainability 54.13 67 N Access to Advanced Education 17.57 110 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Lesotho, Senegal, Chad, Sudan, Bangladesh, Tajikistan, Kenya, Cameroon, Djibouti, Zambia, Kyrgyzstan, Yemen, Tanzania, Cambodia, and Benin
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 35/132 GDP per capita rank: 31/132 GREECE BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W86.99 29 74.85 41 58.45 43 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.36 7 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.77 19 N Personal Rights 64.80 51 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights W- Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 99.04 22 N Access to Information and Communications 69.6 44 W Personal Freedom and Choice 61.44 89 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W- Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W Shelter 76.74 42 N Health and Wellness 78.65 23 N Tolerance and Inclusion 46.13 80 W Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy S Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S+ Religious tolerance W Community safety net W Personal Safety 73.83 35 N Ecosystem Sustainability 53.37 72 W Access to Advanced Education 61.44 22 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Portugal, Slovakia, Estonia, Lithuania, Trinidad and Tobago, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Hungary, Croatia, New Zealand, Chile, Latvia, Italy, and Spain
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 76/132 GDP per capita rank: 87/132 GUATEMALA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N66.50 82 67.95 68 49.67 71 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 78.77 91 N Access to Basic Knowledge 76.88 98 N Personal Rights 65.52 50 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate S+ Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 82.47 64 S Access to Information and Communications 57.18 82 N Personal Freedom and Choice 70.94 49 N Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption N Shelter 65.19 67 N Health and Wellness 78.00 29 N Tolerance and Inclusion 45.28 81 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 39.59 118 W Ecosystem Sustainability 59.73 50 N Access to Advanced Education 16.92 113 W Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S+ Swaziland, Indonesia, Bolivia, Morocco, Mongolia, Congo, Republic of, Philippines, Georgia, Iraq, Honduras, Angola, Nicaragua, Jordan, Paraguay, and Sri Lanka
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 129/132 GDP per capita rank: 124/132 GUINEA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W-36.48 127 45.02 130 30.73 125 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 62.19 115 N Access to Basic Knowledge 40.76 128 W Personal Rights 31.63 108 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 30.63 122 N Access to Information and Communications 32.02 121 N Personal Freedom and Choice 48.67 127 W Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W Shelter 12.10 129 W Health and Wellness 68.47 97 W Tolerance and Inclusion 36.43 110 W Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W Community safety net W Personal Safety 41.02 116 W Ecosystem Sustainability 38.85 106 W Access to Advanced Education 6.17 130 W Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Togo, Central African Republic, Mozambique, Madagascar, Mali, Uganda, Rwanda, Niger, Malawi, Nepal, Liberia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Benin, and Tanzania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 82/132 GDP per capita rank: 97/132 GUYANA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S68.49 80 58.36 101 53.35 61 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 85.01 82 N Access to Basic Knowledge 87.96 79 N Personal Rights 60.50 62 S Undernourishment S Adult literacy rate N Political rights S Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment S Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 81.32 68 S Access to Information and Communications 51.38 93 N Personal Freedom and Choice 62.41 83 N Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users S Freedom of religion S+ Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 57.78 85 N Health and Wellness 62.95 120 W Tolerance and Inclusion 53.83 55 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect n/a Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 49.84 97 N Ecosystem Sustainability 31.14 122 N Access to Advanced Education 36.64 78 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Moldova, Uzbekistan, Laos, India, Pakistan, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Mauritania, Honduras, Iraq, Cambodia, Yemen, Kyrgyzstan, Philippines, and Djibouti
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 77/132 GDP per capita rank: 92/132 HONDURAS BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N63.42 89 70.57 59 49.84 70 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 87.10 79 N Access to Basic Knowledge 85.16 87 N Personal Rights 50.38 76 N Undernourishment S Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 79.85 73 S Access to Information and Communications 49.73 96 N Personal Freedom and Choice 69.24 59 N Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 52.80 93 N Health and Wellness 75.55 50 N Tolerance and Inclusion 53.46 56 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy S Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 33.94 125 W Ecosystem Sustainability 71.85 18 S Access to Advanced Education 26.29 95 N Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Iraq, Philippines, Nicaragua, Congo, Republic of, India, Uzbekistan, Indonesia, Moldova, Guyana, Guatemala, Swaziland, Bolivia, Morocco, Mongolia, and Laos
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 32/132 GDP per capita rank: 35/132 HUNGARY BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N86.24 33 71.91 50 63.46 32 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.55 29 N Access to Basic Knowledge 96.63 31 N Personal Rights 73.02 36 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 98.35 26 N Access to Information and Communications 74.56 36 N Personal Freedom and Choice 69.89 56 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 70.32 59 W Health and Wellness 65.97 109 N Tolerance and Inclusion 56.98 44 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 78.73 30 N Ecosystem Sustainability 50.48 77 W Access to Advanced Education 53.94 29 N Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Croatia, Chile, Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Estonia, Malaysia, Panama, Botswana, Uruguay, Turkey, Belarus, Greece, and Mexico
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 3/132 GDP per capita rank: 13/132 ICELAND BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N94.32 7 88.19 2 81.71 9 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.78 1 N Access to Basic Knowledge 98.65 10 N Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S+ Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 98.82 1 S Personal Freedom and Choice 87.59 11 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S+ Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception n/a Corruption N Shelter 85.05 16 W Health and Wellness 81.62 7 N Tolerance and Inclusion 88.44 1 S+ Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy S Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S+ Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S+ Community safety net S+ Personal Safety 93.45 1 S Ecosystem Sustainability 73.65 13 S Access to Advanced Education 62.84 21 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school n/a Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities W- Traffic deaths S Germany, Sweden, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Australia, Canada, Finland, Austria, United Arab Emirates, Japan, Netherlands, Ireland, France, and Switzerland
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 102/132 GDP per capita rank: 94/132 INDIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N54.48 100 56.84 108 39.39 109 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 75.69 97 N Access to Basic Knowledge 77.80 95 N Personal Rights 54.27 70 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W Political rights S Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S+ Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 51.85 100 N Access to Information and Communications 39.87 110 W Personal Freedom and Choice 54.52 118 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 39.77 102 W Health and Wellness 68.98 95 N Tolerance and Inclusion 21.54 131 W- Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W- Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance W Community safety net W- Personal Safety 50.64 95 N Ecosystem Sustainability 40.72 100 N Access to Advanced Education 27.24 91 N Homicide rate S+ Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths N Nicaragua, Uzbekistan, Honduras, Iraq, Moldova, Guyana, Philippines, Congo, Republic of, Laos, Indonesia, Pakistan, Nigeria, Guatemala, Mauritania, and Swaziland
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 88/132 GDP per capita rank: 88/132 INDONESIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N63.65 87 69.42 61 43.86 92 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 84.77 83 N Access to Basic Knowledge 90.11 74 N Personal Rights 49.47 78 N Undernourishment S+ Adult literacy rate N Political rights S Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 52.19 99 N Access to Information and Communications 51.4 92 N Personal Freedom and Choice 63.09 79 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 64.33 70 N Health and Wellness 77.99 30 S Tolerance and Inclusion 29.56 127 W Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W- Community safety net N Personal Safety 53.31 84 N Ecosystem Sustainability 58.18 55 N Access to Advanced Education 33.31 83 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths N Guatemala, Swaziland, Bolivia, Morocco, Mongolia, Congo, Republic of, Philippines, Iraq, Honduras, Nicaragua, Georgia, India, Angola, Jordan, and Paraguay
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 94/132 GDP per capita rank: 56/132 IRAN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W- OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W-77.76 55 58.36 101 33.82 121 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 92.55 60 N Access to Basic Knowledge 90.98 71 W Personal Rights 5.82 130 W- Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights W- Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 93.46 44 S Access to Information and Communications 35.06 116 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 59.57 102 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W- Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index W- Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W- Shelter 71.90 57 S Health and Wellness 72.85 74 N Tolerance and Inclusion 31.81 120 W- Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals n/a Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W- Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net W- Personal Safety 53.15 85 N Ecosystem Sustainability 34.53 115 W Access to Advanced Education 38.08 77 W Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school W- Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths W- Brazil, Montenegro, South Africa, Serbia, Costa Rica, Peru, Romania, Macedonia, Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Dominican Republic, and Bulgaria
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 118/132 GDP per capita rank: 91/132 IRAQ BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W- OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W-60.82 93 46.36 128 27.35 129 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 81.39 88 N Access to Basic Knowledge 68.19 108 W- Personal Rights 19.29 123 W- Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit n/a Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights n/a Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 70.23 84 N Access to Information and Communications 42.32 104 W Personal Freedom and Choice 46.59 128 W- Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W- Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption W- Shelter 70.16 61 S Health and Wellness 68.18 100 N Tolerance and Inclusion 21.34 132 W- Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity S Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities W- Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W- Community safety net W Personal Safety 21.52 132 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 6.74 132 W- Access to Advanced Education 22.17 100 N Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat W- Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W- Honduras, Philippines, Nicaragua, Congo, Republic of, India, Uzbekistan, Indonesia, Moldova, Guyana, Guatemala, Swaziland, Bolivia, Morocco, Mongolia, and Laos
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 15/132 GDP per capita rank: 5/132 IRELAND BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N93.63 9 75.89 37 82.63 4 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.34 8 N Access to Basic Knowledge 99.37 4 N Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 99.37 21 N Access to Information and Communications 87.9 14 N Personal Freedom and Choice 87.68 10 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users W Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 88.61 6 N Health and Wellness 81.04 11 N Tolerance and Inclusion 84.46 3 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S+ Discrimination and violence against minorities S+ Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 88.19 13 N Ecosystem Sustainability 35.26 111 W- Access to Advanced Education 70.44 9 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W- Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Austria, Canada, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Iceland, Kuwait, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, and Japan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 39/132 GDP per capita rank: 22/132 ISRAEL BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W- OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W85.77 35 71.57 52 56.87 50 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.29 10 N Access to Basic Knowledge 98.36 13 N Personal Rights 48.17 82 W- Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 74.99 34 W Personal Freedom and Choice 72.78 39 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 77.88 37 W Health and Wellness 77.67 36 N Tolerance and Inclusion 33.72 116 W- Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W- Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals W Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities W- Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W- Community safety net N Personal Safety 66.88 54 W Ecosystem Sustainability 35.28 110 W- Access to Advanced Education 72.82 8 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat W- Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Saudi Arabia, Korea, Republic of, Spain, Italy, New Zealand, France, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, Japan, Finland, Denmark, Belgium, United Kingdom, and Slovakia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 29/132 GDP per capita rank: 24/132 ITALY BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N86.73 30 77.48 26 66.58 26 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.52 6 N Access to Basic Knowledge 98.02 16 N Personal Rights 78.37 28 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 99.93 13 N Access to Information and Communications 70.22 42 W Personal Freedom and Choice 68.46 61 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities n/a Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W Shelter 80.65 28 N Health and Wellness 83.17 2 S Tolerance and Inclusion 62.13 31 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 67.83 49 W Ecosystem Sustainability 58.50 54 N Access to Advanced Education 57.37 26 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths N Spain, New Zealand, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Korea, Republic of, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, France, Japan, Slovakia, Portugal, Finland, Greece, and Denmark
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 43/132 GDP per capita rank: 73/132 JAMAICA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S+ OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S+69.23 76 76.34 31 65.60 30 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 88.95 76 N Access to Basic Knowledge 91.49 66 N Personal Rights 82.18 23 S+ Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights S Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement S+ Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 79.46 74 N Access to Information and Communications 82.07 22 S+ Personal Freedom and Choice 75.08 31 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index S+ Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 70.28 60 N Health and Wellness 77.23 41 N Tolerance and Inclusion 59.90 39 S+ Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity W Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S+ Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S+ Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S+ Community safety net N Personal Safety 38.22 120 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 54.58 66 N Access to Advanced Education 45.25 53 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S Bosnia and Herzegovina, Armenia, Algeria, Namibia, Ukraine, China, El Salvador, Albania, Egypt, Tunisia, Ecuador, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Dominican Republic, and Azerbaijan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 14/132 GDP per capita rank: 18/132 JAPAN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N94.72 3 79.25 21 78.67 14 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.28 31 N Access to Basic Knowledge 99.75 1 S Personal Rights 95.20 5 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 99.53 20 N Access to Information and Communications 76.75 32 N Personal Freedom and Choice 80.40 23 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W- Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption N Shelter 89.74 3 S Health and Wellness 83.26 1 S Tolerance and Inclusion 61.32 35 N Availability of affordable housing S+ Life expectancy S Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals W- Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 92.33 6 N Ecosystem Sustainability 57.24 60 N Access to Advanced Education 77.74 3 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths N Finland, Denmark, Belgium, United Kingdom, France, Iceland, Germany, Korea, Republic of, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Australia, Canada, Austria, and United Arab Emirates
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 75/132 GDP per capita rank: 80/132 JORDAN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N81.31 49 61.15 94 43.29 93 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 92.02 63 S Access to Basic Knowledge 93.82 52 S Personal Rights 28.16 113 W Undernourishment S+ Adult literacy rate N Political rights W Depth of food deficit S+ Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S+ Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 92.46 46 S Access to Information and Communications 59.36 75 N Personal Freedom and Choice 66.42 68 N Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 74.97 49 S Health and Wellness 67.84 104 N Tolerance and Inclusion 38.32 102 N Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate W- Tolerance for homosexuals n/a Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 65.79 56 S Ecosystem Sustainability 23.60 127 W Access to Advanced Education 40.26 72 S Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Paraguay, Angola, Sri Lanka, Georgia, Egypt, Mongolia, Morocco, Bolivia, Swaziland, El Salvador, Guatemala, Indonesia, Ukraine, Namibia, and Congo, Republic of
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  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 103/132 GDP per capita rank: 114/132 KENYA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N45.80 111 66.38 79 38.41 113 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 64.30 112 N Access to Basic Knowledge 74.13 100 N Personal Rights 32.28 105 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment S Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 34.87 116 N Access to Information and Communications 51.95 90 N Personal Freedom and Choice 61.27 92 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S+ Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S+ Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 41.47 100 N Health and Wellness 73.98 64 N Tolerance and Inclusion 34.27 114 W Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S+ Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net S Personal Safety 42.57 113 W Ecosystem Sustainability 65.48 33 N Access to Advanced Education 25.83 97 S Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Zambia, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Senegal, Benin, Lesotho, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Nepal, Chad, Rwanda, Uganda, Sudan, Tajikistan, and Mali
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 28/132 GDP per capita rank: 20/132 KOREA, REPUBLIC OF BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N88.69 24 76.26 32 66.58 26 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.11 20 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.65 21 N Personal Rights 66.82 47 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights W Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 90.75 52 W- Access to Information and Communications 83.9 17 N Personal Freedom and Choice 77.19 29 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 80.81 26 N Health and Wellness 77.96 32 N Tolerance and Inclusion 57.28 43 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals W- Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance S Community safety net W- Personal Safety 85.09 18 N Ecosystem Sustainability 45.53 91 W Access to Advanced Education 65.05 17 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education W- Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W- Saudi Arabia, Israel, Spain, Italy, France, New Zealand, Japan, Slovenia, Finland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Belgium, United Kingdom, Trinidad and Tobago, and Iceland
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 40/132 GDP per capita rank: 3/132 KUWAIT BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W- OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W-87.56 27 73.11 44 51.32 67 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 96.52 36 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 94.62 47 W- Personal Rights 36.94 99 W- Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights W- Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 97.70 29 W Access to Information and Communications 76.79 31 W Personal Freedom and Choice 72.31 43 W- Access to piped water n/a Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W- Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption W- Shelter 76.39 44 W- Health and Wellness 73.44 71 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 63.43 28 W- Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect S Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate W- Tolerance for homosexuals n/a Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S+ Religious tolerance W- Community safety net W Personal Safety 79.64 27 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 47.59 85 W Access to Advanced Education 32.62 84 W- Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling W- Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school W- Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities W- Traffic deaths W- Switzerland, Ireland, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Austria, Canada, Australia, Sweden, United States, Germany, Iceland, United Kingdom, Norway, Belgium, and Denmark
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 93/132 GDP per capita rank: 104/132 KYRGYZSTAN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S64.42 86 60.54 97 46.26 83 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 91.07 67 S+ Access to Basic Knowledge 91.92 63 S+ Personal Rights 39.38 96 N Undernourishment S Adult literacy rate S+ Political rights N Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate S+ Gender parity in secondary enrollment S Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases S Water and Sanitation 77.42 76 S+ Access to Information and Communications 58.96 76 S Personal Freedom and Choice 61.24 93 N Access to piped water S+ Mobile telephone subscriptions S Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities S+ Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 42.74 98 N Health and Wellness 65.72 111 W Tolerance and Inclusion 37.33 105 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy S Women treated with respect N Access to electricity S+ Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W- Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance N Community safety net S+ Personal Safety 46.45 106 N Ecosystem Sustainability 25.57 125 W Access to Advanced Education 47.10 51 S+ Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school S+ Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education S+ Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Djibouti, Cameroon, Yemen, Cambodia, Tajikistan, Mauritania, Sudan, Chad, Nigeria, Ghana, Pakistan, Lesotho, Senegal, Laos, and Bangladesh
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 98/132 GDP per capita rank: 98/132 LAOS BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N59.01 96 61.58 91 36.65 118 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 68.26 106 N Access to Basic Knowledge 69.60 106 N Personal Rights 13.95 127 W Undernourishment W Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 52.20 98 N Access to Information and Communications 31.87 122 W Personal Freedom and Choice 60.23 98 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 47.40 96 N Health and Wellness 74.87 55 S Tolerance and Inclusion 54.28 53 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S+ Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 68.20 48 S+ Ecosystem Sustainability 69.98 21 S+ Access to Advanced Education 18.14 107 N Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S+ Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S+ Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Pakistan, Nigeria, Mauritania, Cambodia, Yemen, Guyana, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Djibouti, Cameroon, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Sudan, Chad, and Ghana
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 31/132 GDP per capita rank: 38/132 LATVIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N82.77 41 79.11 22 59.85 41 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 96.50 38 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.52 24 N Personal Rights 67.19 46 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 84.97 59 W Access to Information and Communications 80.77 24 S Personal Freedom and Choice 70.06 55 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 76.90 39 N Health and Wellness 59.97 126 W Tolerance and Inclusion 49.67 67 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 72.69 37 N Ecosystem Sustainability 78.16 4 S Access to Advanced Education 52.49 33 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Chile, Croatia, Russia, Malaysia, Hungary, Panama, Botswana, Uruguay, Turkey, Belarus, Poland, Mexico, Mauritius, Lithuania, and Estonia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 83/132 GDP per capita rank: 48/132 LEBANON BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W74.35 65 61.28 93 44.52 89 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 95.06 47 N Access to Basic Knowledge 87.08 82 W- Personal Rights 39.38 96 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W Political rights W Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 98.82 23 N Access to Information and Communications 64.42 59 N Personal Freedom and Choice 65.21 72 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption N Shelter 51.03 95 W Health and Wellness 72.60 76 N Tolerance and Inclusion 31.21 121 W Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy S Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W- Community safety net W Personal Safety 52.48 88 W Ecosystem Sustainability 21.03 129 W- Access to Advanced Education 42.29 64 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths W Bulgaria, Mauritius, Mexico, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Argentina, Venezuela, Turkey, Romania, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Botswana, Panama, Montenegro, and Iran
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 107/132 GDP per capita rank: 111/132 LESOTHO BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S43.17 116 51.07 119 52.57 64 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 57.19 123 N Access to Basic Knowledge 71.22 104 N Personal Rights 62.90 54 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights S Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate W Gender parity in secondary enrollment S Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 40.56 111 N Access to Information and Communications 44.88 101 N Personal Freedom and Choice 65.27 71 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S+ Shelter 24.09 122 W Health and Wellness 64.80 113 W Tolerance and Inclusion 53.40 57 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply S+ Obesity rate W- Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net S Personal Safety 50.85 91 N Ecosystem Sustainability 23.38 128 W Access to Advanced Education 28.69 87 S Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Senegal, Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Chad, Sudan, Zambia, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Benin, Cameroon, Djibouti, Kyrgyzstan, Burkina Faso, and Nepal
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 120/132 GDP per capita rank: 130/132 LIBERIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S36.77 125 48.99 121 46.29 82 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 54.36 125 N Access to Basic Knowledge 42.36 127 W Personal Rights 61.55 58 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights S Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S+ Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 26.29 123 N Access to Information and Communications 38.18 111 N Personal Freedom and Choice 59.99 99 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S+ Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption S Shelter 13.36 128 W Health and Wellness 74.45 60 N Tolerance and Inclusion 52.24 58 S Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity W Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 53.07 86 N Ecosystem Sustainability 40.98 99 W Access to Advanced Education 11.37 119 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions S Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat W- Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror S+ Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Burundi, Malawi, Niger, Madagascar, Mozambique, Togo, Guinea, Central African Republic, Mali, Uganda, Rwanda, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Benin, and Tanzania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 33/132 GDP per capita rank: 33/132 LITHUANIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N81.47 48 77.96 24 61.84 38 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.62 26 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.71 20 N Personal Rights 73.02 36 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 81.91 65 W Access to Information and Communications 78.9 27 N Personal Freedom and Choice 68.35 62 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption N Shelter 74.73 51 N Health and Wellness 62.18 122 W Tolerance and Inclusion 50.06 65 N Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 71.63 41 N Ecosystem Sustainability 73.05 15 N Access to Advanced Education 55.95 27 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Estonia, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Portugal, Slovakia, Croatia, Chile, Latvia, Russia, Malaysia, Trinidad and Tobago, Panama, Botswana, and Uruguay
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 49/132 GDP per capita rank: 61/132 MACEDONIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N81.87 46 67.90 69 55.23 55 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 96.28 41 S Access to Basic Knowledge 89.24 76 W Personal Rights 67.92 45 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 93.47 43 S Access to Information and Communications 71.82 38 S Personal Freedom and Choice 67.15 64 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users S+ Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 64.98 68 W Health and Wellness 70.45 86 N Tolerance and Inclusion 41.92 90 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 72.75 36 S Ecosystem Sustainability 40.09 103 W Access to Advanced Education 43.92 56 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W- Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S Peru, Colombia, Serbia, Azerbaijan, Dominican Republic, South Africa, Thailand, Ecuador, Tunisia, Brazil, Iran, Albania, Montenegro, China, and Costa Rica
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 119/132 GDP per capita rank: 127/132 MADAGASCAR BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N39.73 122 51.90 118 41.20 104 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 68.31 105 N Access to Basic Knowledge 68.05 109 S Personal Rights 41.60 91 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment S Private property rights S+ Deaths from infectious diseases S+ Water and Sanitation 16.07 129 W Access to Information and Communications 31.35 124 N Personal Freedom and Choice 58.33 104 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S+ Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 22.44 124 N Health and Wellness 76.24 46 N Tolerance and Inclusion 44.15 84 N Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy S Women treated with respect W- Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 52.11 89 N Ecosystem Sustainability 31.95 120 W Access to Advanced Education 20.73 102 S+ Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Mozambique, Togo, Guinea, Central African Republic, Niger, Malawi, Mali, Liberia, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Benin, and Tanzania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 109/132 GDP per capita rank: 129/132 MALAWI BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S44.92 113 55.65 110 45.80 84 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 60.65 119 N Access to Basic Knowledge 62.80 112 N Personal Rights 62.57 55 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights S Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S+ Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 48.85 107 S Access to Information and Communications 28.46 127 N Personal Freedom and Choice 61.68 87 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities S+ Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption S Shelter 19.51 125 N Health and Wellness 64.25 116 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 41.44 92 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 50.68 94 N Ecosystem Sustainability 67.08 29 S Access to Advanced Education 17.52 111 S Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Niger, Liberia, Burundi, Madagascar, Mozambique, Togo, Guinea, Central African Republic, Mali, Uganda, Rwanda, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Benin, and Tanzania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 45/132 GDP per capita rank: 40/132 MALAYSIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W86.27 32 76.06 34 47.68 76 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 94.78 52 N Access to Basic Knowledge 87.25 80 W Personal Rights 33.81 104 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 96.69 30 N Access to Information and Communications 67.06 51 N Personal Freedom and Choice 69.38 58 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption N Shelter 84.48 17 S Health and Wellness 80.22 16 S Tolerance and Inclusion 37.33 105 W Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S+ Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W- Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals W Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 69.14 43 N Ecosystem Sustainability 69.71 22 S Access to Advanced Education 50.19 41 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths W- Russia, Panama, Botswana, Uruguay, Latvia, Chile, Turkey, Croatia, Belarus, Mexico, Mauritius, Hungary, Lebanon, Bulgaria, and Kazakhstan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 113/132 GDP per capita rank: 122/132 MALI BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N45.73 112 52.72 117 42.11 101 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 64.58 111 N Access to Basic Knowledge 48.55 126 N Personal Rights 59.37 64 S Undernourishment S+ Adult literacy rate W Political rights N Depth of food deficit S+ Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate W Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 25.28 125 N Access to Information and Communications 52.31 89 S+ Personal Freedom and Choice 52.85 121 N Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions S+ Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption N Shelter 26.17 120 N Health and Wellness 73.69 69 N Tolerance and Inclusion 47.37 77 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S+ Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 66.89 53 S+ Ecosystem Sustainability 36.34 109 W- Access to Advanced Education 8.85 125 N Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat W- Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror S+ Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Central African Republic, Uganda, Rwanda, Guinea, Togo, Mozambique, Madagascar, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Benin, Tanzania, Niger, Malawi, Zambia, and Kenya
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 121/132 GDP per capita rank: 101/132 MAURITANIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W49.43 107 54.03 112 25.88 131 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 69.22 103 N Access to Basic Knowledge 49.74 125 W Personal Rights 27.52 114 N Undernourishment S Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 49.60 106 N Access to Information and Communications 53.88 85 S Personal Freedom and Choice 17.62 132 W- Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions S Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption N Shelter 32.20 112 N Health and Wellness 70.38 87 N Tolerance and Inclusion 48.00 76 N Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity W Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 46.71 104 N Ecosystem Sustainability 42.12 97 N Access to Advanced Education 10.36 120 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Nigeria, Cambodia, Yemen, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Djibouti, Cameroon, Laos, Tajikistan, Sudan, Chad, Ghana, Lesotho, Senegal, and Bangladesh
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 34/132 GDP per capita rank: 47/132 MAURITIUS BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N86.39 31 71.43 54 63.21 34 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 93.34 57 N Access to Basic Knowledge 95.10 39 S Personal Rights 72.32 39 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights S Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 96.55 31 N Access to Information and Communications 65.06 58 N Personal Freedom and Choice 82.39 20 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption S Shelter 78.40 35 N Health and Wellness 76.73 43 N Tolerance and Inclusion 62.87 29 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S+ Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 77.28 32 S Ecosystem Sustainability 48.82 82 N Access to Advanced Education 35.24 80 W Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources n/a Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Mexico, Belarus, Lebanon, Turkey, Uruguay, Bulgaria, Botswana, Kazakhstan, Panama, Argentina, Venezuela, Romania, Malaysia, Costa Rica, and Russia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 54/132 GDP per capita rank: 46/132 MEXICO BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N74.18 66 67.37 72 57.67 47 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 95.50 42 N Access to Basic Knowledge 91.19 68 N Personal Rights 71.52 40 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 87.86 56 N Access to Information and Communications 52.65 87 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 71.53 47 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 78.73 34 N Health and Wellness 75.08 54 N Tolerance and Inclusion 44.50 82 N Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net W Personal Safety 34.61 124 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 50.57 76 N Access to Advanced Education 43.14 59 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths N Mauritius, Belarus, Lebanon, Turkey, Uruguay, Bulgaria, Botswana, Kazakhstan, Panama, Argentina, Venezuela, Romania, Malaysia, Costa Rica, and Russia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 81/132 GDP per capita rank: 96/132 MOLDOVA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N72.65 71 59.66 99 48.04 75 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 89.16 75 S Access to Basic Knowledge 87.02 83 N Personal Rights 48.45 80 N Undernourishment S Adult literacy rate S Political rights S Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment S Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 77.94 75 S Access to Information and Communications 65.68 56 S Personal Freedom and Choice 56.62 111 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions S Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S+ Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption S Shelter 57.49 86 N Health and Wellness 58.00 128 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 38.48 101 N Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity S Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 65.99 55 S Ecosystem Sustainability 27.95 124 N Access to Advanced Education 48.62 45 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime S+ Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Guyana, Uzbekistan, India, Laos, Pakistan, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Honduras, Mauritania, Iraq, Cambodia, Yemen, Philippines, Congo, Republic of, and Kyrgyzstan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 89/132 GDP per capita rank: 83/132 MONGOLIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S53.67 102 63.67 85 59.56 42 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 82.01 87 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.20 27 S Personal Rights 73.57 35 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights S+ Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S+ Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 31.24 118 W Access to Information and Communications 57.31 81 N Personal Freedom and Choice 66.90 66 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index S+ Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 36.39 105 W- Health and Wellness 65.74 110 W Tolerance and Inclusion 55.33 49 S Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities S+ Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 65.05 58 S Ecosystem Sustainability 34.43 116 W Access to Advanced Education 42.44 63 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S+ Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Morocco, Bolivia, Swaziland, Guatemala, Georgia, Indonesia, Angola, Jordan, Paraguay, Sri Lanka, Congo, Republic of, Philippines, Iraq, Honduras, and Egypt
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 53/132 GDP per capita rank: 55/132 MONTENEGRO BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N78.91 51 69.01 65 52.48 65 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.27 32 N Access to Basic Knowledge 96.05 34 S Personal Rights 61.37 61 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 91.21 50 N Access to Information and Communications 69.86 43 N Personal Freedom and Choice 60.61 96 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption N Shelter 58.66 84 W Health and Wellness 68.01 102 N Tolerance and Inclusion 39.40 98 W Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals W Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths n/a Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance W Community safety net W- Personal Safety 68.52 47 N Ecosystem Sustainability 42.11 98 W Access to Advanced Education 48.54 46 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Iran, Brazil, Costa Rica, South Africa, Romania, Serbia, Venezuela, Argentina, Peru, Macedonia, Kazakhstan, Colombia, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, and Dominican Republic
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 91/132 GDP per capita rank: 84/132 MOROCCO BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W71.86 73 62.57 90 39.60 107 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 87.74 78 N Access to Basic Knowledge 76.68 99 N Personal Rights 41.60 91 N Undernourishment S+ Adult literacy rate W- Political rights N Depth of food deficit S+ Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 54.56 96 N Access to Information and Communications 63.71 61 S Personal Freedom and Choice 64.82 74 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S+ Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 76.18 47 S Health and Wellness 75.37 51 N Tolerance and Inclusion 37.61 104 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S+ Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net W- Personal Safety 68.95 45 S Ecosystem Sustainability 34.54 114 N Access to Advanced Education 14.37 116 W Homicide rate S+ Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school W- Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education W- Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Bolivia, Swaziland, Mongolia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Georgia, Angola, Jordan, Paraguay, Congo, Republic of, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Iraq, Honduras, and Nicaragua
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 117/132 GDP per capita rank: 126/132 MOZAMBIQUE BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N41.19 119 49.86 120 44.64 87 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 51.37 128 W Access to Basic Knowledge 54.21 118 N Personal Rights 45.20 86 N Undernourishment W Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 17.36 128 N Access to Information and Communications 31.1 125 N Personal Freedom and Choice 54.33 119 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 34.36 110 S Health and Wellness 60.40 124 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 60.07 38 S+ Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S+ Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 61.68 65 S Ecosystem Sustainability 53.73 70 N Access to Advanced Education 18.96 106 S Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S+ Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S+ Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Togo, Guinea, Madagascar, Central African Republic, Mali, Niger, Malawi, Uganda, Rwanda, Liberia, Nepal, Burundi, Burkina Faso, Benin, and Tanzania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 78/132 GDP per capita rank: 74/132 NAMIBIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N59.01 96 69.10 64 55.46 53 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 69.01 104 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 77.54 96 W Personal Rights 70.15 42 S Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate W- Political rights N Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate W Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 55.66 95 W Access to Information and Communications 65.63 57 N Personal Freedom and Choice 70.25 52 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 55.86 89 N Health and Wellness 71.34 80 N Tolerance and Inclusion 54.84 50 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect n/a Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S+ Community safety net N Personal Safety 55.52 80 N Ecosystem Sustainability 61.90 43 S Access to Advanced Education 26.61 93 W Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Ukraine, El Salvador, Jamaica, Egypt, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Armenia, Algeria, Sri Lanka, Paraguay, Jordan, Angola, Georgia, China, Albania, and Mongolia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 101/132 GDP per capita rank: 119/132 NEPAL BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S+ FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N57.13 99 60.12 98 37.49 115 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 77.14 92 S+ Access to Basic Knowledge 79.19 94 S Personal Rights 47.80 83 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment S Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate S+ Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases S+ Water and Sanitation 51.84 101 S Access to Information and Communications 41.35 107 N Personal Freedom and Choice 54.21 120 N Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 34.90 108 N Health and Wellness 73.79 67 N Tolerance and Inclusion 38.28 103 N Availability of affordable housing S+ Life expectancy S+ Women treated with respect W Access to electricity S+ Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 64.64 60 S Ecosystem Sustainability 46.15 88 W Access to Advanced Education 9.68 122 N Homicide rate S+ Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S Burkina Faso, Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, Mali, Kenya, Central African Republic, Bangladesh, Guinea, Togo, Mozambique, Senegal, and Lesotho
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 4/132 GDP per capita rank: 6/132 NETHERLANDS BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N93.91 8 87.56 3 80.63 11 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.16 17 N Access to Basic Knowledge 99.26 6 N Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 97.83 4 S Personal Freedom and Choice 89.44 9 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 88.92 4 N Health and Wellness 81.29 10 N Tolerance and Inclusion 75.45 10 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W- Community safety net N Personal Safety 88.56 12 N Ecosystem Sustainability 71.85 18 S Access to Advanced Education 69.67 10 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N United Arab Emirates, Austria, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Iceland, Switzerland, Kuwait, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, and Japan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 1/132 GDP per capita rank: 25/132 NEW ZEALAND BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S+91.74 18 84.97 6 88.01 1 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.57 28 N Access to Basic Knowledge 99.49 2 S Personal Rights 98.80 1 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 96.74 7 S+ Personal Freedom and Choice 94.00 1 S+ Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities n/a Press Freedom Index S+ Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S+ Shelter 83.23 21 N Health and Wellness 77.81 35 N Tolerance and Inclusion 82.41 4 S+ Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net S Personal Safety 86.13 17 N Ecosystem Sustainability 65.84 32 N Access to Advanced Education 76.84 4 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Italy, Spain, Slovenia, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Czech Republic, Korea, Republic of, Trinidad and Tobago, France, Slovakia, Portugal, Greece, Japan, Finland, and Denmark
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 74/132 GDP per capita rank: 93/132 NICARAGUA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S63.31 91 70.91 57 52.77 63 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 84.21 84 N Access to Basic Knowledge 81.16 92 N Personal Rights 46.78 84 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 54.40 97 N Access to Information and Communications 51.49 91 N Personal Freedom and Choice 72.00 44 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 53.99 91 N Health and Wellness 77.21 42 N Tolerance and Inclusion 63.56 26 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy S Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net S Personal Safety 60.62 68 N Ecosystem Sustainability 73.80 12 S Access to Advanced Education 28.74 86 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Honduras, Iraq, India, Philippines, Congo, Republic of, Uzbekistan, Moldova, Guyana, Indonesia, Guatemala, Laos, Swaziland, Bolivia, Morocco, and Pakistan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 126/132 GDP per capita rank: 128/132 NIGER BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N33.74 129 48.87 122 37.70 114 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 64.19 113 N Access to Basic Knowledge 30.77 131 W- Personal Rights 40.88 95 N Undernourishment S Adult literacy rate W Political rights S Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate W Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 4.75 132 W Access to Information and Communications 33.92 117 N Personal Freedom and Choice 58.04 106 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users W Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S+ Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 16.43 127 N Health and Wellness 77.27 40 S Tolerance and Inclusion 44.47 83 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 49.59 98 N Ecosystem Sustainability 53.54 71 N Access to Advanced Education 7.39 129 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Malawi, Liberia, Madagascar, Burundi, Mozambique, Togo, Guinea, Central African Republic, Mali, Uganda, Rwanda, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Benin, and Tanzania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 123/132 GDP per capita rank: 100/132 NIGERIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N36.57 126 58.08 104 33.29 122 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 57.41 122 W Access to Basic Knowledge 51.08 122 W Personal Rights 32.28 105 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W Political rights S Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate W Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 31.12 119 W Access to Information and Communications 50.64 94 N Personal Freedom and Choice 50.50 125 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S+ Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 34.20 111 N Health and Wellness 67.68 106 N Tolerance and Inclusion 32.99 118 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 23.57 131 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 62.91 41 S+ Access to Advanced Education 17.39 112 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W- Pakistan, Mauritania, Cambodia, Laos, Yemen, Kyrgyzstan, Djibouti, Cameroon, Tajikistan, Sudan, Chad, Ghana, Guyana, Moldova, and Lesotho
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 5/132 GDP per capita rank: 1/132 NORWAY BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N93.59 10 86.94 4 80.82 10 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.71 3 N Access to Basic Knowledge 99.44 3 S Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 98.45 2 S Personal Freedom and Choice 93.27 2 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S+ Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 82.93 22 W Health and Wellness 81.60 8 N Tolerance and Inclusion 74.50 11 N Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 92.75 3 S Ecosystem Sustainability 68.26 28 N Access to Advanced Education 67.57 15 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N United States, Kuwait, Switzerland, Ireland, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Austria, Canada, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Iceland, United Kingdom, Belgium, and Denmark
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 124/132 GDP per capita rank: 99/132 PAKISTAN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W51.24 104 47.75 124 28.22 127 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 63.07 114 N Access to Basic Knowledge 50.84 123 W Personal Rights 35.56 102 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W Political rights S Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 59.20 92 N Access to Information and Communications 32.46 120 N Personal Freedom and Choice 38.80 130 W- Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W- Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 37.88 104 N Health and Wellness 69.29 91 N Tolerance and Inclusion 25.35 128 W Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity S Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net W- Personal Safety 44.80 108 N Ecosystem Sustainability 38.43 107 N Access to Advanced Education 13.15 117 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Nigeria, Laos, Mauritania, Cambodia, Yemen, Kyrgyzstan, Djibouti, Cameroon, Tajikistan, Sudan, Guyana, Chad, Moldova, Ghana, and Uzbekistan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 38/132 GDP per capita rank: 41/132 PANAMA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N77.39 57 77.85 25 62.48 37 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 90.08 73 W Access to Basic Knowledge 90.42 72 N Personal Rights 70.15 42 N Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate W Political rights N Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate W Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 80.84 71 W- Access to Information and Communications 66.25 53 N Personal Freedom and Choice 71.85 46 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption N Shelter 78.97 30 N Health and Wellness 80.28 15 S Tolerance and Inclusion 60.79 37 S Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net S Personal Safety 59.69 72 N Ecosystem Sustainability 74.47 10 S Access to Advanced Education 47.14 50 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education W Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Botswana, Uruguay, Malaysia, Turkey, Russia, Belarus, Mexico, Mauritius, Latvia, Chile, Croatia, Lebanon, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, and Argentina
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 72/132 GDP per capita rank: 79/132 PARAGUAY BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S63.41 90 66.40 78 58.16 45 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 80.07 90 N Access to Basic Knowledge 82.46 91 N Personal Rights 66.72 48 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 59.29 91 N Access to Information and Communications 60.62 71 N Personal Freedom and Choice 71.26 48 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption W Shelter 59.24 82 N Health and Wellness 78.36 26 S Tolerance and Inclusion 62.86 30 S Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants S+ Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 55.04 81 N Ecosystem Sustainability 44.16 93 N Access to Advanced Education 31.78 85 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Jordan, Angola, Sri Lanka, Georgia, Egypt, Mongolia, Morocco, Bolivia, Swaziland, El Salvador, Guatemala, Indonesia, Ukraine, Namibia, and Congo, Republic of
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 55/132 GDP per capita rank: 60/132 PERU BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N68.71 79 72.94 46 57.21 48 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 89.33 74 N Access to Basic Knowledge 91.58 64 N Personal Rights 64.80 51 N Undernourishment W Adult literacy rate W Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 67.72 87 W Access to Information and Communications 63.36 63 N Personal Freedom and Choice 71.88 45 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users W Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 69.82 62 N Health and Wellness 81.55 9 S Tolerance and Inclusion 50.53 63 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 47.99 102 N Ecosystem Sustainability 55.28 62 N Access to Advanced Education 41.62 67 N Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Macedonia, Serbia, Colombia, South Africa, Azerbaijan, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Thailand, Iran, Ecuador, Tunisia, Montenegro, Albania, China, and Costa Rica
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 56/132 GDP per capita rank: 90/132 PHILIPPINES BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S+66.76 81 69.17 63 61.63 39 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 83.13 85 N Access to Basic Knowledge 88.96 77 N Personal Rights 61.55 58 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate S Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 74.14 78 S Access to Information and Communications 57.88 77 N Personal Freedom and Choice 73.90 36 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption N Shelter 58.94 83 N Health and Wellness 77.51 38 N Tolerance and Inclusion 56.43 45 N Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 50.84 92 N Ecosystem Sustainability 52.35 73 N Access to Advanced Education 54.64 28 S+ Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths S+ Congo, Republic of, Iraq, Honduras, Nicaragua, India, Indonesia, Guatemala, Uzbekistan, Swaziland, Bolivia, Morocco, Moldova, Guyana, Mongolia, and Laos
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 27/132 GDP per capita rank: 34/132 POLAND BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N84.72 36 81.10 15 66.50 28 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.18 16 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.37 26 N Personal Rights 80.76 24 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 95.07 37 N Access to Information and Communications 83.55 18 S Personal Freedom and Choice 78.47 26 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source n/a Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 62.93 73 W- Health and Wellness 70.96 82 N Tolerance and Inclusion 54.05 54 N Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 82.71 22 S Ecosystem Sustainability 72.51 16 N Access to Advanced Education 52.70 32 N Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Lithuania, Estonia, Hungary, Croatia, Chile, Latvia, Greece, Portugal, Slovakia, Russia, Malaysia, Panama, Botswana, Uruguay, and Turkey
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 22/132 GDP per capita rank: 30/132 PORTUGAL BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S90.93 20 76.11 33 74.43 19 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.16 17 N Access to Basic Knowledge 98.66 9 S Personal Rights 92.80 6 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 99.89 15 N Access to Information and Communications 77.66 30 N Personal Freedom and Choice 82.45 19 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 80.77 27 N Health and Wellness 75.93 48 N Tolerance and Inclusion 73.06 14 S Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy S Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities S+ Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 84.92 19 N Ecosystem Sustainability 52.20 74 W Access to Advanced Education 49.41 43 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S+ Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school W- Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Greece, Slovakia, Estonia, Trinidad and Tobago, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Hungary, New Zealand, Croatia, Chile, Latvia, Italy, and Spain
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 51/132 GDP per capita rank: 53/132 ROMANIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N73.71 68 74.54 42 54.91 56 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 96.90 34 N Access to Basic Knowledge 93.49 55 N Personal Rights 64.80 51 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 65.09 88 W- Access to Information and Communications 73.32 37 S Personal Freedom and Choice 70.19 54 N Access to piped water W- Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 57.21 87 W Health and Wellness 68.40 98 N Tolerance and Inclusion 37.12 109 W Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net W Personal Safety 75.63 34 S Ecosystem Sustainability 62.96 40 N Access to Advanced Education 47.52 48 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school S+ Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Venezuela, Argentina, Costa Rica, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Iran, Lebanon, Brazil, South Africa, Mauritius, Mexico, Serbia, Belarus, and Peru
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 80/132 GDP per capita rank: 39/132 RUSSIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W72.15 72 63.66 87 46.58 81 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 94.55 54 N Access to Basic Knowledge 91.58 64 N Personal Rights 19.77 122 W- Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights W- Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 80.55 72 W- Access to Information and Communications 63.17 64 N Personal Freedom and Choice 57.23 108 W- Access to piped water W- Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption W Shelter 68.88 63 W Health and Wellness 51.99 130 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 33.96 115 W Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy W Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities W- Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance W- Community safety net N Personal Safety 44.61 110 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 47.88 83 N Access to Advanced Education 75.35 5 S+ Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths W Malaysia, Latvia, Chile, Croatia, Panama, Botswana, Uruguay, Turkey, Belarus, Hungary, Mexico, Mauritius, Lebanon, Bulgaria, and Poland
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 105/132 GDP per capita rank: 120/132 RWANDA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N50.14 106 58.01 105 40.23 105 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 66.57 110 N Access to Basic Knowledge 67.90 110 N Personal Rights 33.89 103 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights W Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment S Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 50.72 103 S Access to Information and Communications 25.69 129 W Personal Freedom and Choice 67.01 65 S+ Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S+ Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities S+ Press Freedom Index W- Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption S+ Shelter 34.96 107 N Health and Wellness 74.73 58 N Tolerance and Inclusion 42.35 89 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy S Women treated with respect S+ Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply S+ Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 48.33 100 N Ecosystem Sustainability 63.71 36 N Access to Advanced Education 17.67 109 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions S Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Uganda, Nepal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Benin, Tanzania, Central African Republic, Guinea, Togo, Mozambique, Zambia, Madagascar, Kenya, Bangladesh, and Niger
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 65/132 GDP per capita rank: 21/132 SAUDI ARABIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W- OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W-83.12 40 69.84 60 40.18 106 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 95.15 44 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 94.07 51 W- Personal Rights 9.60 129 W- Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights W- Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 90.40 53 W- Access to Information and Communications 57.82 78 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 57.02 110 W- Access to piped water W- Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W- Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W- Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption N Shelter 82.01 24 N Health and Wellness 70.54 85 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 50.78 62 W Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect S Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals n/a Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W- Suicide rate S+ Religious tolerance W Community safety net W- Personal Safety 64.93 59 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 56.94 61 N Access to Advanced Education 43.34 58 W- Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school W- Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W- Israel, Korea, Republic of, Spain, Italy, New Zealand, France, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Japan, Trinidad and Tobago, Finland, Denmark, Belgium, United Kingdom, and Slovakia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 97/132 GDP per capita rank: 112/132 SENEGAL BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N54.11 101 63.55 88 42.90 96 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 66.92 109 N Access to Basic Knowledge 52.28 121 W Personal Rights 59.62 63 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W Political rights S Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 45.43 108 N Access to Information and Communications 52.35 88 N Personal Freedom and Choice 55.21 113 N Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption S Shelter 39.84 101 N Health and Wellness 74.83 56 N Tolerance and Inclusion 48.26 75 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 64.25 61 S+ Ecosystem Sustainability 74.73 9 S Access to Advanced Education 8.53 126 W Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Lesotho, Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, Chad, Sudan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Benin, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Nepal, and Kyrgyzstan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 41/132 GDP per capita rank: 59/132 SERBIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N81.86 47 77.10 27 52.87 62 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 96.51 37 S Access to Basic Knowledge 94.24 50 N Personal Rights 54.45 69 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate S Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 94.63 41 S Access to Information and Communications 67.15 50 N Personal Freedom and Choice 62.74 81 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 63.74 72 W Health and Wellness 67.99 103 W Tolerance and Inclusion 47.06 78 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths n/a Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 72.56 38 S Ecosystem Sustainability 79.03 3 S Access to Advanced Education 47.24 49 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S+ Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths S South Africa, Peru, Macedonia, Colombia, Brazil, Iran, Azerbaijan, Dominican Republic, Montenegro, Thailand, Ecuador, Tunisia, Costa Rica, Albania, and China
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 24/132 GDP per capita rank: 29/132 SLOVAKIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N90.49 21 83.25 14 63.04 35 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 96.76 35 N Access to Basic Knowledge 96.63 31 N Personal Rights 78.37 28 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment n/a Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate W Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 98.15 27 N Access to Information and Communications 88.21 13 S Personal Freedom and Choice 67.44 63 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 83.24 20 S Health and Wellness 73.79 67 N Tolerance and Inclusion 56.15 47 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 83.83 20 N Ecosystem Sustainability 74.38 11 N Access to Advanced Education 50.20 40 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Portugal, Greece, Trinidad and Tobago, Estonia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovenia, Hungary, New Zealand, Italy, Croatia, Spain, Chile, and Latvia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 18/132 GDP per capita rank: 26/132 SLOVENIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N92.05 15 83.60 12 69.30 25 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.28 11 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.64 22 N Personal Rights 80.76 24 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 99.64 19 N Access to Information and Communications 79.53 26 N Personal Freedom and Choice 82.07 21 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 78.90 32 N Health and Wellness 75.65 49 N Tolerance and Inclusion 63.53 27 N Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 91.39 10 S Ecosystem Sustainability 81.59 2 S+ Access to Advanced Education 50.83 38 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S+ Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities W Traffic deaths N Czech Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, New Zealand, Italy, Spain, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Portugal, Korea, Republic of, Greece, France, Estonia, Lithuania, and Poland
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 69/132 GDP per capita rank: 58/132 SOUTH AFRICA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S60.20 94 67.49 71 61.19 40 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 75.90 95 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 92.85 59 N Personal Rights 74.94 32 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights S Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 69.80 85 W Access to Information and Communications 70.52 41 N Personal Freedom and Choice 70.82 50 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 64.20 71 W Health and Wellness 62.36 121 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 58.35 42 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect N Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate W- Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 30.90 128 W Ecosystem Sustainability 44.21 92 W Access to Advanced Education 40.66 71 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths W Serbia, Brazil, Peru, Macedonia, Iran, Colombia, Montenegro, Azerbaijan, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Thailand, Ecuador, Tunisia, Romania, and Albania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 21/132 GDP per capita rank: 23/132 SPAIN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N90.22 22 76.90 28 75.19 17 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.16 17 N Access to Basic Knowledge 99.37 4 S Personal Rights 83.16 20 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 99.75 18 N Access to Information and Communications 80.15 25 N Personal Freedom and Choice 77.32 27 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 82.50 23 N Health and Wellness 80.83 12 S Tolerance and Inclusion 72.70 15 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths n/a Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 80.45 24 N Ecosystem Sustainability 47.26 86 W Access to Advanced Education 67.58 14 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths N Italy, New Zealand, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Korea, Republic of, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, France, Japan, Finland, Slovakia, Portugal, Greece, and Denmark
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 85/132 GDP per capita rank: 78/132 SRI LANKA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N69.05 77 67.27 74 42.80 98 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 82.36 86 N Access to Basic Knowledge 95.67 36 S Personal Rights 26.79 115 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 72.11 82 N Access to Information and Communications 43.76 103 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 70.65 51 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions W Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 61.21 78 N Health and Wellness 74.62 59 N Tolerance and Inclusion 30.68 124 W Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W- Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 60.52 69 N Ecosystem Sustainability 55.04 64 N Access to Advanced Education 43.10 60 S Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S Paraguay, Jordan, Angola, Georgia, Egypt, Mongolia, El Salvador, Morocco, Bolivia, Swaziland, Guatemala, Ukraine, Indonesia, Namibia, and Congo, Republic of
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 128/132 GDP per capita rank: 108/132 SUDAN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W42.27 117 46.57 126 26.50 130 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 55.11 124 W Access to Basic Knowledge 58.84 115 N Personal Rights 20.32 120 W Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment n/a Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate n/a Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights n/a Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 41.95 110 N Access to Information and Communications 32.9 119 W Personal Freedom and Choice 34.05 131 W- Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W- Rural vs. urban access to improved water source S Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W- Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W Corruption W Shelter 34.77 109 N Health and Wellness 69.68 90 N Tolerance and Inclusion 31.12 123 W Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate W Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 37.25 123 W Ecosystem Sustainability 24.87 126 W Access to Advanced Education 20.50 103 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Chad, Tajikistan, Ghana, Cameroon, Djibouti, Kyrgyzstan, Lesotho, Senegal, Yemen, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Mauritania, Kenya, Zambia, and Nigeria
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 108/132 GDP per capita rank: 86/132 SWAZILAND BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W- OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N50.26 105 53.05 116 43.29 93 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 61.03 117 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 77.11 97 N Personal Rights 19.94 121 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights W- Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 50.22 105 N Access to Information and Communications 40.81 108 W- Personal Freedom and Choice 70.25 52 N Access to piped water W Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 35.68 106 W- Health and Wellness 60.29 125 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 55.58 48 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect N Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S+ Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 54.10 83 N Ecosystem Sustainability 33.99 117 W Access to Advanced Education 27.39 90 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Bolivia, Morocco, Guatemala, Mongolia, Indonesia, Georgia, Congo, Republic of, Philippines, Angola, Jordan, Paraguay, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Honduras, and Nicaragua
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 6/132 GDP per capita rank: 11/132 SWEDEN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N94.59 5 84.71 9 81.95 7 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.26 13 N Access to Basic Knowledge 98.16 15 N Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 100.00 1 N Access to Information and Communications 98.14 3 S Personal Freedom and Choice 93.08 5 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S+ Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 86.74 11 N Health and Wellness 82.15 4 S Tolerance and Inclusion 78.13 8 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S+ Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W- Community safety net N Personal Safety 93.35 2 S Ecosystem Sustainability 60.42 48 N Access to Advanced Education 68.63 11 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S Germany, Australia, Canada, Iceland, Austria, United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Ireland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Switzerland, and France
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 2/132 GDP per capita rank: 4/132 SWITZERLAND BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N94.87 2 89.78 1 79.92 12 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 98.33 9 N Access to Basic Knowledge 94.81 45 W- Personal Rights 87.96 9 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 99.92 14 N Access to Information and Communications 95.41 8 N Personal Freedom and Choice 93.19 3 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 88.48 7 N Health and Wellness 82.78 3 S Tolerance and Inclusion 74.25 12 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy S Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S+ Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate S Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 92.75 3 S Ecosystem Sustainability 86.13 1 S+ Access to Advanced Education 64.30 18 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions S+ Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Kuwait, Ireland, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Austria, Canada, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Iceland, United States, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, and Finland
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 95/132 GDP per capita rank: 107/132 TAJIKISTAN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N62.68 92 60.88 96 44.60 88 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 74.64 98 N Access to Basic Knowledge 88.90 78 S Personal Rights 41.13 93 N Undernourishment W Adult literacy rate S+ Political rights N Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment S Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S+ Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases S Water and Sanitation 61.24 90 S Access to Information and Communications 44.58 102 N Personal Freedom and Choice 54.81 117 N Access to piped water S+ Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities S+ Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 56.47 88 S+ Health and Wellness 75.20 53 S Tolerance and Inclusion 41.10 93 N Availability of affordable housing S+ Life expectancy S Women treated with respect S+ Access to electricity S+ Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals W Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 58.37 74 S Ecosystem Sustainability 34.83 112 N Access to Advanced Education 41.36 69 S+ Homicide rate S+ Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school S+ Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S+ Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Sudan, Chad, Cameroon, Djibouti, Ghana, Kyrgyzstan, Yemen, Lesotho, Cambodia, Senegal, Bangladesh, Mauritania, Kenya, Nigeria, and Zambia
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 114/132 GDP per capita rank: 116/132 TANZANIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N38.79 123 57.27 106 42.10 102 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 57.71 121 W Access to Basic Knowledge 63.56 111 N Personal Rights 49.33 79 N Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate S Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 21.99 127 W Access to Information and Communications 38.18 111 N Personal Freedom and Choice 55.06 114 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 24.13 121 N Health and Wellness 70.04 88 W Tolerance and Inclusion 43.10 88 N Availability of affordable housing W- Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W- Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 51.35 90 N Ecosystem Sustainability 57.31 59 N Access to Advanced Education 20.92 101 S Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W- Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Benin, Burkina Faso, Zambia, Nepal, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Bangladesh, Senegal, Lesotho, Mali, Ghana, Central African Republic, Guinea, and Togo
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 59/132 GDP per capita rank: 65/132 THAILAND BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N74.10 67 71.97 49 49.34 72 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 93.53 56 N Access to Basic Knowledge 93.18 58 N Personal Rights 49.51 77 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 81.78 66 N Access to Information and Communications 54.86 84 W Personal Freedom and Choice 69.71 57 N Access to piped water W- Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S+ Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users W Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception S+ Corruption N Shelter 76.38 45 S Health and Wellness 77.98 31 N Tolerance and Inclusion 36.28 111 W Availability of affordable housing S+ Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W- Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate S+ Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance W Community safety net S+ Personal Safety 44.70 109 W Ecosystem Sustainability 61.89 44 N Access to Advanced Education 41.87 66 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources S Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality S+ Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths W- Ecuador, Tunisia, Dominican Republic, Albania, Azerbaijan, China, Colombia, Macedonia, Peru, Algeria, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Jamaica, and South Africa
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 122/132 GDP per capita rank: 125/132 TOGO BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W40.67 120 53.78 113 33.96 120 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 68.16 107 N Access to Basic Knowledge 56.31 117 N Personal Rights 32.28 105 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 11.33 130 W Access to Information and Communications 35.67 114 N Personal Freedom and Choice 50.69 124 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 28.36 117 N Health and Wellness 74.08 63 N Tolerance and Inclusion 41.04 94 N Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity S Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S+ Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate S Religious tolerance S Community safety net W- Personal Safety 54.84 82 N Ecosystem Sustainability 49.05 81 N Access to Advanced Education 11.81 118 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Guinea, Mozambique, Central African Republic, Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Malawi, Uganda, Rwanda, Liberia, Nepal, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Benin, and Tanzania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 47/132 GDP per capita rank: 28/132 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N74.44 64 71.48 53 63.73 31 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 90.98 70 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 95.46 37 W- Personal Rights 74.94 32 N Undernourishment W- Adult literacy rate N Political rights W Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment W Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W- Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 87.67 57 W- Access to Information and Communications 76.27 33 N Personal Freedom and Choice 72.57 41 N Access to piped water W- Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users W Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption W Shelter 78.95 31 N Health and Wellness 70.64 83 W Tolerance and Inclusion 65.90 22 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect W- Access to electricity W Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S+ Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 40.16 117 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 43.56 95 W Access to Advanced Education 41.50 68 W Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities W Traffic deaths W- Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Portugal, Greece, New Zealand, Italy, Spain, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Estonia, Lithuania, Korea, Republic of, Poland, and Hungary
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 69/132 GDP per capita rank: 67/132 TUNISIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W77.72 56 66.76 77 44.39 90 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 93.31 58 N Access to Basic Knowledge 91.07 70 N Personal Rights 51.02 75 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights N Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 82.67 63 N Access to Information and Communications 59.5 73 N Personal Freedom and Choice 64.30 76 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S+ Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption S Shelter 72.49 56 N Health and Wellness 78.47 25 N Tolerance and Inclusion 36.01 112 W Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net W- Personal Safety 62.41 64 N Ecosystem Sustainability 38.02 108 W Access to Advanced Education 26.24 96 W- Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W- Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Ecuador, Thailand, Albania, Dominican Republic, Azerbaijan, China, Colombia, Macedonia, Peru, Algeria, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Jamaica, and South Africa
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 64/132 GDP per capita rank: 44/132 TURKEY BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W82.10 43 64.36 82 47.41 77 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 94.45 55 N Access to Basic Knowledge 91.49 66 N Personal Rights 56.02 67 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 95.90 33 N Access to Information and Communications 57.61 79 W Personal Freedom and Choice 64.60 75 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices W- Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 79.86 29 N Health and Wellness 67.82 105 N Tolerance and Inclusion 32.41 119 W Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W- Suicide rate N Religious tolerance W Community safety net W- Personal Safety 58.18 75 N Ecosystem Sustainability 40.52 102 N Access to Advanced Education 36.62 79 W Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school W- Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W- Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths N Uruguay, Belarus, Botswana, Panama, Mexico, Mauritius, Malaysia, Lebanon, Russia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Argentina, Latvia, Chile, and Venezuela
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 111/132 GDP per capita rank: 121/132 UGANDA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N43.19 115 61.00 95 39.05 111 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 60.83 118 N Access to Basic Knowledge 59.40 114 N Personal Rights 40.96 94 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate S Political rights W Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 38.08 113 N Access to Information and Communications 37.27 113 N Personal Freedom and Choice 52.27 122 W Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S+ Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 29.74 114 N Health and Wellness 69.20 92 W Tolerance and Inclusion 43.52 87 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 44.13 111 N Ecosystem Sustainability 78.13 5 S+ Access to Advanced Education 19.44 104 S Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions S Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W- Rwanda, Nepal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Benin, Tanzania, Central African Republic, Guinea, Togo, Mozambique, Zambia, Madagascar, Kenya, Bangladesh, and Niger
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 62/132 GDP per capita rank: 75/132 UKRAINE BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N77.98 53 61.42 92 55.33 54 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 95.11 46 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.64 22 N Personal Rights 55.55 68 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment S Freedom of movement S Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 88.05 55 N Access to Information and Communications 57.09 83 N Personal Freedom and Choice 61.33 90 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices W Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W- Shelter 71.27 58 N Health and Wellness 51.82 131 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 41.51 91 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths S Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W- Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 57.48 76 N Ecosystem Sustainability 39.13 105 N Access to Advanced Education 62.93 20 S+ Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions W Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S Namibia, El Salvador, Egypt, Jamaica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Armenia, Algeria, Sri Lanka, Paraguay, Jordan, Angola, Georgia, China, Mongolia, and Albania
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 37/132 GDP per capita rank: 7/132 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W-88.62 25 76.74 30 53.39 60 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 96.40 40 W- Access to Basic Knowledge 92.78 60 W- Personal Rights 21.79 118 W- Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate W- Political rights W- Depth of food deficit W- Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment n/a Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases W- Water and Sanitation 92.77 45 W- Access to Information and Communications 78.6 28 W Personal Freedom and Choice 74.96 32 W- Access to piped water W- Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users N Freedom of religion W- Access to improved sanitation facilities W- Press Freedom Index W- Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W- Satisfied demand for contraception W- Corruption W Shelter 83.91 19 W Health and Wellness 77.50 39 W Tolerance and Inclusion 68.83 19 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy W- Women treated with respect S+ Access to electricity W- Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W- Tolerance for homosexuals n/a Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate S Religious tolerance N Community safety net W- Personal Safety 81.41 23 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 58.05 57 N Access to Advanced Education 47.99 47 W- Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education n/a Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities W- Traffic deaths W- Austria, Netherlands, Canada, Ireland, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Iceland, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Kuwait, Denmark, Finland, and Japan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 13/132 GDP per capita rank: 14/132 UNITED KINGDOM BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N91.90 16 79.47 19 82.29 6 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.76 25 N Access to Basic Knowledge 97.81 18 N Personal Rights 97.60 2 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 99.88 16 N Access to Information and Communications 84.81 16 N Personal Freedom and Choice 87.47 12 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption N Shelter 86.55 12 N Health and Wellness 77.54 37 W Tolerance and Inclusion 70.75 17 N Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 83.41 21 W Ecosystem Sustainability 57.72 58 N Access to Advanced Education 73.35 7 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W- Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities S+ Traffic deaths N Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Japan, Germany, Sweden, France, Australia, Canada, Austria, United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, Ireland, and Korea, Republic of
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 16/132 GDP per capita rank: 2/132 UNITED STATES BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N89.82 23 75.96 36 82.54 5 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 97.82 24 N Access to Basic Knowledge 95.10 39 W Personal Rights 82.28 22 N Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment W- Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate W- Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association W- Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate W- Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 95.77 34 W- Access to Information and Communications 81.33 23 W Personal Freedom and Choice 84.29 15 N Access to piped water n/a Mobile telephone subscriptions W- Freedom over life choices W- Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities W Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 87.99 9 N Health and Wellness 73.61 70 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 74.22 13 N Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy W Women treated with respect W Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net W Personal Safety 77.70 31 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 53.78 69 N Access to Advanced Education 89.37 1 S+ Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling S+ Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education W- Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities S Traffic deaths W- Norway, Kuwait, Switzerland, Ireland, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Austria, Canada, Australia, Sweden, Germany, Iceland, United Kingdom, Belgium, and Denmark
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 26/132 GDP per capita rank: 43/132 URUGUAY BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S+85.79 34 72.18 48 74.56 18 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 94.81 50 N Access to Basic Knowledge 95.05 41 N Personal Rights 92.80 6 S Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment S Freedom of speech S+ Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association S Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights S Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 97.95 28 N Access to Information and Communications 74.9 35 S Personal Freedom and Choice 85.19 14 S+ Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users N Freedom of religion S Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index S Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption S+ Shelter 78.39 36 N Health and Wellness 71.98 79 N Tolerance and Inclusion 78.33 7 S+ Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants S+ Quality of electricity supply N Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals S+ Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities S Suicide rate N Religious tolerance S Community safety net N Personal Safety 72.01 39 N Ecosystem Sustainability 46.81 87 N Access to Advanced Education 41.91 65 N Homicide rate N Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror S Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths W Turkey, Botswana, Belarus, Panama, Mexico, Mauritius, Malaysia, Lebanon, Russia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Chile, Argentina, and Croatia,
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 92/132 GDP per capita rank: 95/132 UZBEKISTAN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) S FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N75.88 61 53.28 115 42.87 97 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 92.01 65 S Access to Basic Knowledge 94.29 49 S Personal Rights 11.35 128 W- Undernourishment S Adult literacy rate S Political rights W Depth of food deficit S Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate S Lower secondary school enrollment S Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate S Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 73.93 79 S Access to Information and Communications 42.11 105 W Personal Freedom and Choice 61.69 86 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion W Access to improved sanitation facilities S Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception S Corruption W Shelter 73.81 52 S+ Health and Wellness 68.36 99 N Tolerance and Inclusion 48.37 74 N Availability of affordable housing S+ Life expectancy N Women treated with respect S Access to electricity S Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply n/a Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 63.76 62 S Ecosystem Sustainability 8.34 131 W Access to Advanced Education 50.07 42 S+ Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling n/a Level of violent crime S Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W Women's average years in school S Perceived criminality S Biodiversity and habitat W Inequality in the attainment of education S+ Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths S Moldova, Guyana, India, Nicaragua, Honduras, Iraq, Laos, Pakistan, Philippines, Congo, Republic of, Nigeria, Mauritania, Cambodia, Yemen, and Kyrgyzstan
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 67/132 GDP per capita rank: 52/132 VENEZUELA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W- FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) N OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) N65.47 85 75.02 40 50.86 68 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 92.89 59 N Access to Basic Knowledge 91.16 69 W Personal Rights 36.49 100 W Undernourishment N Adult literacy rate N Political rights W Depth of food deficit N Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech W- Maternal mortality rate W Lower secondary school enrollment W- Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate W Upper secondary school enrollment W Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights W- Deaths from infectious diseases N Water and Sanitation 81.20 69 W Access to Information and Communications 65.89 54 N Personal Freedom and Choice 66.89 67 N Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W- Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage W Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W- Shelter 60.26 81 N Health and Wellness 74.44 61 N Tolerance and Inclusion 61.45 34 S Availability of affordable housing S Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 S Tolerance for immigrants S Quality of electricity supply W- Obesity rate W Tolerance for homosexuals S Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths S Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate N Religious tolerance N Community safety net S Personal Safety 27.55 130 W- Ecosystem Sustainability 68.58 26 S Access to Advanced Education 38.62 75 N Homicide rate W- Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime W Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality W- Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities W Traffic deaths W- Argentina, Romania, Kazakhstan, Costa Rica, Bulgaria, Lebanon, Montenegro, Iran, Brazil, Mauritius, Mexico, South Africa, Belarus, Serbia, and Turkey
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 125/132 GDP per capita rank: 103/132 YEMEN BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) N FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) W OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) W48.50 108 47.88 123 24.31 132 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 70.27 101 N Access to Basic Knowledge 58.01 116 N Personal Rights 15.79 124 W Undernourishment W Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment N Freedom of assembly/association W Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment N Freedom of movement W- Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment W- Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases S Water and Sanitation 50.76 102 N Access to Information and Communications 31.67 123 W Personal Freedom and Choice 54.82 116 N Access to piped water S Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices N Rural vs. urban access to improved water source N Internet users S Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index W Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage S Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption W Shelter 28.93 116 W Health and Wellness 72.37 77 N Tolerance and Inclusion 21.89 130 W- Availability of affordable housing W Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 N Tolerance for immigrants W- Quality of electricity supply W Obesity rate W- Tolerance for homosexuals n/a Indoor air pollution attributable deaths N Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths N Discrimination and violence against minorities W Suicide rate S Religious tolerance W Community safety net N Personal Safety 44.04 112 N Ecosystem Sustainability 29.46 123 N Access to Advanced Education 4.72 132 W Homicide rate S Greenhouse gas emissions N Years of tertiary schooling N Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources W- Women's average years in school W Perceived criminality W Biodiversity and habitat N Inequality in the attainment of education N Political terror W- Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Cambodia, Kyrgyzstan, Djibouti, Mauritania, Cameroon, Nigeria, Tajikistan, Sudan, Pakistan, Chad, Laos, Ghana, Lesotho, Senegal, and Bangladesh
  • www.socialprogressimperative.org Relative Strength Neutral Relative Weakness Strengths and weaknesses are relative to 15 countries of similar GDP: n/a – no data available Social Progress Index rank: 104/132 GDP per capita rank: 115/132 ZAMBIA BASIC HUMAN NEEDS Score (100) Rank (132) W FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING Score (100) Rank (132) S OPPORTUNITY Score (100) Rank (132) S38.57 124 63.67 85 47.41 77 Nutrition and Basic Medical Care 49.33 129 W Access to Basic Knowledge 79.52 93 S Personal Rights 53.80 72 N Undernourishment W Adult literacy rate N Political rights N Depth of food deficit W Primary school enrollment N Freedom of speech N Maternal mortality rate N Lower secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of assembly/association N Stillbirth rate N Upper secondary school enrollment S+ Freedom of movement N Child mortality rate N Gender parity in secondary enrollment N Private property rights N Deaths from infectious diseases W Water and Sanitation 33.23 117 N Access to Information and Communications 47.45 99 N Personal Freedom and Choice 62.94 80 S Access to piped water N Mobile telephone subscriptions N Freedom over life choices S Rural vs. urban access to improved water source W Internet users N Freedom of religion N Access to improved sanitation facilities N Press Freedom Index N Modern slavery, human trafficking, child marriage N Satisfied demand for contraception N Corruption N Shelter 23.05 123 W Health and Wellness 64.63 115 W- Tolerance and Inclusion 49.18 70 S Availability of affordable housing N Life expectancy N Women treated with respect N Access to electricity N Non-communicable disease deaths between 30 and 70 W- Tolerance for immigrants N Quality of electricity supply S Obesity rate N Tolerance for homosexuals N Indoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Outdoor air pollution attributable deaths W- Discrimination and violence against minorities N Suicide rate W Religious tolerance N Community safety net N Personal Safety 48.67 99 N Ecosystem Sustainability 63.09 39 N Access to Advanced Education 23.73 99 N Homicide rate W Greenhouse gas emissions W- Years of tertiary schooling W Level of violent crime N Water withdrawals as a percent of resources N Women's average years in school N Perceived criminality N Biodiversity and habitat S Inequality in the attainment of education S Political terror N Number of globally ranked universities N Traffic deaths N Kenya, Tanzania, Benin, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Nepal, Lesotho, Ghana, Rwanda, Uganda, Chad, Sudan, Mali, and Tajikistan