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World Bank atlas 2002
 
Collection Title:World Bank AtlasCountry:World;
Date Stored:2008/07/09Document Date:2002/01/01
Document Type:World Bank AtlasSubTopics:Primary Education; Health Monitoring & Evaluation; Adolescent Health; Health Economics & Finance; Early Child and Children's Health
Language:EnglishMajor Sector:(Historic)Sector not applicable
Region:The World RegionReport Number:24520
Sub Sectors:(Historic)Sector not applicableVolume No:1 of 1

Summary: The 2002 World Bank Atlas outlines the current state of the World's people, based on the World Development Indicators and illustrated by informative maps. The World View section draws from the Millennium Development Goals - which grew out of agreements, and resolutions from world conferences organized by the United Nations - reinforcing poverty reduction in all its forms. Data is organized in summary charts, and tables, under the subjects of People - status of life expectancy, poverty and socioeconomic conditions; Environment: indicators on forest coverage, freshwater resources per capita, greenhouse effects, and energy efficiency and uses; Economy: indicators on income distribution and growth, agriculture share and investments; States and Markets: political status; infrastructure statistics; and Global Links documents globalization with data on private capital flows, and aid flows. Following each subject, the technical notes provide brief data descriptions.

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