Dhaka is one step ahead in the livable city index

This year, Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, has taken a step forward in ranking the most livable cities in the world. The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) annual index provides information on the livability of towns affected by the epidemic. Reports Reuters.

The city of Auckland achieved the first place to live. Leaving Vienna behind in the top ten list, the city of the North Island of New Zealand became first this year.

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Dhaka ranks 137th out of 140 cities. The capital of Bangladesh is one of the four worst livable cities with 33.5 points. The 400-year-old city was ranked 138th in 2019 and 139th in 2018.

The Economist Intelligence Unit failed to release the Global Livelihoods Index in 2020. City-based providers and analysts could not gather data due to the terrible lockdown due to the Corona epidemic.

Stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education, and infrastructure, The EIU determines the city’s livability index based on these five broad characteristics. Dhaka’s score in five categories: 55 in sustainability, 16.7 in healthcare, 30.8 in culture and environment, 33.3 in education, and 26.8 in infrastructure.

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