Posted: Wednesday, December 16, 2020. 10:58 am CST.
By BBN Staff: Bahamas and Barbados ties for top Caribbean countries in the United Nations Development Program Human Development Index (HDI), the New York Carib News reports.
The two countries reflected in the report in category with high human development.
According to the report, 11 of the Caribbean nations listed fell in the category of high human development.
Antigua and Barbuda dropped four places from 74 to 78.
Belize also continued to fall, dropping a further seven spots from 103 to 110.
Cuba improved two spaces from 72 to 70.
Dominica dropped four places from 94 to 98.
Jamaica continued to decline, falling five places from 96 to 101 after previously dropping four spaces.
Saint Kitts and Nevis fell one spot from 73 to 74 tying with Grenada.
St Lucia improved its score three places from 89 to 86.
St Vincent at the Grenadines and Suriname tied at 97.
Trinidad and Tobagojumped fell four spots from 63 to 67, tying with Seychelles.
Guyana was the only Caribbean Nation in medium human development listed at 122.
Haiti was at 170 in the low human development category.
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