Humanity needs leadership and solidarity to defeat the coronavirus
Thirty years ago, UNDP created a new way to conceive and measure progress. Instead of using growth in GDP as the sole measure of development, we ranked the world’s countries by their human development: by whether people in each country have the freedom and opportunity to live the lives they value.
The United Nations Development Programme in Jordan has set up a triage unit at King Abdullah University Hospital in Jordan’s northern city of Irbid to support the hospital in dealing with the latest increase in patient intake amid the COVID-19 pandemic

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10.14 millions

Population

97.3%

School enrollment primary

3 metric tons

CO2 emissions (per capita)

62.3%

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