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Poverty levels in the Caucasus ecoregion

The Caucasus ecoregion, with the countries Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia and parts of Russia, Turkey and Iran represents a region in transition. Poverty is a key factor in human and economic development. The highest levels are in the parts of the Russian Federation present in the region, as well as in Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia. The value for Turkey and Iran are for the whole of the countries, and the values may not be representative for the actual poverty levels in the parts included in the Caucausus ecoregion.

Year: 2008

From collection: Caucasus ecoregion - environment and human development issues

Cartographer: Manana Kurtubadze

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