The World Health Organisation have one overlaying goal: Better health for everyone, everywhere.
Their primary function is to direct and coordinate international health work through collaboration.
Working together, the WHO partnerships attain health objectives by supporting national health policies and strategies.
The organisation have 194 Member States, across six regions, and working from more than 150 offices. WHO partner with countries, the United Nations system, international organisations, civil society, foundations, academia and research institutions.
The World Bank is a global partnership of almost all countries in the world, that provides extensive data on economic development and related topics. It is five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.
As such the site provide not only in depth information about topics related to economic growth in developing countries, but also on sharing working sustainable solutions for the benefit of all. Their data set bank has a wide range of information to draw from various areas of development.
The Social Progress Imperative use indicators to rank how well countries meet basic humans needs, allow citizens and community to enhance and sustain the quality of their lives and create the conditions for all individuals to reach their full potential.
The Index attempts to create a sufficiently nuanced picture of what a healthy society looks like.