WB report outlines increase in Vietnam’s human capital index 2020

Vietnam’s human capital index 2020 is higher than average for the East Asia & Pacific region and lower-middle income countries, although the stunted rate among children reached up to 25%, according to the World Bank.

This information comes following the release of the World Bank’s 2020 Human Capital Index, which features health and education data from 174 countries up to March, therefore covering 98% of the world’s population, which provides a pre-pandemic baseline on the health and education of children.

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