Human development index adjusted for environmental indicators: case study in one Egyptian village
AbstractThe Egypt Human Development Report 2003 does not take account of the impact of the environment on human development indicators. A case study was made in one village in El-Montaza district, Alexandria governorate, Egypt. The environmental indicators used for calculating the human development index were access to safe water, access to sanitation and environment surrounding the house. The human development index for this village decreased from 0.622 to 0.595 after adjustment for environmental factors
Gamal El Din, MM. (2005). Human development index adjusted for environmental indicators: case study in one Egyptian village. EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 11 (5-6), 1124-1127, 2005 http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117047
JournalEMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 11 (5-6), 1124-1127, 2005
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