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Human Development Index - 2010
The Human development index (HDI) is a composite index based on the weighted average of three indices: educational attainment index measuring a combination of the adult literacy rate (two-thirds weight) and the combined gross primary, secondary and tertiary enrolment ratio (one-third weight); life expectancy index measuring life expectancy at birth; and adjusted Gross domestic product (GDP) per capita (PPP $) index measuring the standard of living. Ratings for the HDI are the following: Values between 0.1 – 0.499 imply low human development Values between 0.5 – 0.799 imply medium human development Values between 0.8 – 0.999 imply high human development
Source: United Nations Development Programme - Human Development Reports

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Country Value
Algeria 0.677
Bahrain 0.801
Comoros 0.428
Djibouti 0.402
Egypt 0.62
Jordan 0.681
Kuwait 0.771
Libya 0.755
Mauritania 0.433
Morocco 0.567
Qatar 0.803
Saudi Arabia 0.752
Sudan 0.379
Syria 0.589
Tunisia 0.683
United Arab Emirates 0.815
Yemen 0.439