To the left you will find a chart demonstrating the relationship between Education Index and Human Development Index. You can see that there is a clear linear relationship between a country's Education Index and its Human Development Index.
By striving to increase the availability of basic education and encouraging advanced education for all citizens, countries can potentially increase their overall HDI. Scroll through the chart carousel to view select indicators that countries could focus goals around to increase their overall Human Development Index.
To the left you will find a chart demonstrating the relationship between Gender Inequality Index and Human Development Index. As the Gender Inequality Index increases the Human Development Index decreases. It is like that gender equality is something that all countries should strive for if they wish to increase their Human Development Index.
To get a more indepth looks at gender (as it relates to the Human Development Index), scroll through the subsquent charts included in this tab.
On the left there are several charts demonstrating the relationship between various necessities and the Human Development Index. You can see that basic needs and technological needs are both significant factors in a high Human Development Index.
While priority should likely be placed on at least basic access to electricity, sanitation services, clean water and cooking fuels it is becoming increasingly necessary to ensure that the population also has access to communication and technology services.