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2023: A Year of Inequality and Unprecedented Challenges

2023: A Year of Inequality and Unprecedented Challenges

2023: A Year of Inequality and Unprecedented Challenges
Explore the UN's Global Economic Outlook 2024, revealing a projected slowdown in global growth. Discover the challenges posed by high interest rates, conflicts, and climate disasters, and learn how bold investments are crucial for sustainable development and climate action

The Richest Indians; Inequality Continues

Only five percent of Indians own more than 60 percent of the country’s wealth while the bottom 50 percent of the population...
6.9 million COVID-19 deaths till 2023

Inequality Persists; Gulf Between Haves, Have-nots Widen

The world's ten richest men more than doubled their fortunes from 700 billion dollars to 1.5 trillion dollars (at a rate of 15,000 dollars...
India has a deficit of 2 billion square feet of healthcare space to accommodate the burgeoning population of 1.42 billion. The estimated requirement for additional beds, aiming for a recommended ratio of 3 beds per 1000 people, stands at a substantial 2.4 million beds, according to report by Knight Frank and Berkadia.

Inequality in India’s Health Care System Amid Covid Surge

India’s health care system was envisaged soon after its independence in 1947 as a three-tier system that could cover the entire country. It was...
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Covid-19 exposed social, economic and gender inequality: UN

Stating that COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down in the last six months, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said that the pandemic...
“Act Decisively Before It Is Too Late’, Guterres' Priorities For 2023

Inequality destroys world’s economies and societies

n strong words, UN Secretary-General António Guterres has said that Inequality, an issue which “defines our time”, risked destroying the world’s economies and societies. “COVID-19...
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World economic inequality widens

  The world’s 2,153 billionaires are reported to have more wealth than 60 per cent of the total popul6ation in the planet, which underlines the...

Inequalities in Asia-Pacific’s Pursuit of Sustainable Development

Explore the latest report from ESCAP highlighting the uneven progress and persistent inequalities in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) across Asia-Pacific. Delve into the challenges faced by marginalized groups and the urgent need for targeted interventions to ensure inclusive development.

Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Mortality

Discover the lethal connection between air pollution and cardiovascular diseases, unveiling startling insights into global mortality.

Life Expectancy Trends and the Diminishing Gender Gap

Explore the evolving landscape of global life expectancy trends and the narrowing gender gap, backed by a comprehensive review of mortality data from 1990 to 2010. Predictions suggest a potential decline in the gender disparity by 2030, with notable shifts in longevity indicators across regions. While advancements are anticipated, external factors such as drug-related deaths in the US pose challenges to future health progress.