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Source: World Development Indicators | The World Bank

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Albania2012 1
Albania2008 2
Albania2005 2
Albania2002 2
Algeria2011 3
Angola2008 4
Armenia2014 5
Armenia2013 5
Armenia2012 5
Armenia2011 5
Armenia2010 5
Armenia2009 5
Armenia2008 5
Azerbaijan2001 6
Bangladesh2010 7
Bangladesh2005 8
Bangladesh2000 8
Belarus2015 9
Belarus2014 9
Belarus2013 9
Belarus2012 9
Belarus2011 9
Belarus2009 9
Belarus2008 9
Belarus2007 9
Belarus2006 9
Belarus2005 9
Belarus2000 9
Benin2011 10
Benin2007 11
Benin2006 11
Bhutan2012 12
Bhutan2007 12
Bolivia2014 13
Bolivia2013 13
Bolivia2012 13
Bolivia2011 13
Bolivia2009 13
Bolivia2008 13
Bolivia2007 13
Bolivia2006 13
Bolivia2005 13
Bolivia2004 13
Botswana2009 14
Botswana2002 14
Botswana1993 15
Botswana1985 15
Burkina Faso2014 16
Burkina Faso2009 17
Burkina Faso2003 17

Footnotes

1 - Source: Instat and World Bank (2013). ALBANIA: TRENDS IN POVERTY 2002-2005-2008-2012. Poverty line is absolute. World Bank estimate.
2 - Source: Albania: trends in poverty 2002-2005-2008. Poverty line is absolute. World Bank estimate.
3 - Source: La Pauvrete en Algerie en 2011. Direction Des Statistiques Sociales et des Revenus. Septembre 2014. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
4 - Source: Angola -Inquérito Integrado sobre o Bem-Estar da População IBEP, 2010. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
5 - Source: National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
6 - Source: Azerbaijan: Living Conditions Assessment Report, Report No. 52801-AZ, March 2010. Poverty line is absolute. World Bank estimate.
7 - Source: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics Source; HIES 2010; based on the BBS method anchored to HIES (2005) upper poverty lines; inflation adjustment based on HIES data, not CPI. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
8 - Source: HIES 1991/92, 1995/96, 2000, and 2005; based on the BBS method anchored to HIES (2005) upper poverty lines deflated to adjust for inflation to generate comparable poverty lines for earlier years. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
9 - Source: Social conditions and living standards of the population in the Republic of Belarus. National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus. The welfare measure used is consumption per adult equivalent. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
10 - Source: INSAE. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
11 - Source: Enquête Modulaire Intégrée sur les Conditions de Vie des Ménages (EMICoV). Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
12 - Source: Bhutan Living Standard Surveys (BLSS). National Statistics Bureau Royal Government of Bhutan and the World Bank. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
13 - Source: Encuesta Continua de Hogares- MECOVI; Moderate Poverty Line (individuals) (www.ine.gov.bo and www.udape.gov.bo) . Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
14 - Source: Botswana Selected Statistical Indicators 1966 -2016. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
15 - Source: Central Statistics office. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
16 - Source: Institut national de la statistique et de la démographie: Rapport Enquête multisectorielle continue (EMC) 2014 Profil de pauvreté et d’inégalités The welfare measure used is consumption per capita. Poverty line is absolute. Government estimate.
17 - Source: Report No.: 69116-BF Burkina Faso Poverty Trends and Profile 2003-2009: A Policy Note 1 (June 2013) The welfare measure used is consumption per capita. Poverty line is absolute. World Bank estimate.
Source

World Development Indicators

Source:  The World Bank

The World Development Indicators (WDI) is the statistical benchmark that helps measure the progress of development.

The WDI provides a comprehensive overview of development drawing on data from the World Bank and more than 30 partners.

The World Development Indicators (WDI) publication is the World Bank's premier annual compilation of data about development. The complete WDI database includes more than 1,200 indicators.
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