On March 18, the World Happiness Report (WHR) 2022 was published. Accordingly, Vietnam ranks 77th. Compared to 2021, Vietnam has risen 2 places; In 2020, Vietnam was in 83rd place.

In addition, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Norway, Israel and New Zealand are the top 10 happiest countries in the world in the 2022 ranking.

GDP tng trưởng bất chấp đại dịch cùng chính sách hỗ trợ xã hội giúp Việt Nam tăng 2 bậc trên BXH quốc gia hạnh phúc nhất thế giới -

Vietnam ranks 77th among the happiest countries in the world in 2022. Photo: United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network.

The “Happiness” ranking will be based on basic indicators such as life expectancy, health, income per capita, social support in difficult times, corruption and social trust. Along with that is the generosity of the community and people are free to make important decisions in life.

The above indicators are compiled from more than 150 countries, conducted by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, mainly using data from Gallup World.

In Vietnam, in 2021, the Covid-19 epidemic is the most complicated and stressful since the epidemic appeared, many charitable activities of organizations, individuals, communities and social support have helped. help the workers a little.

In addition, GDP will increase by 2.58% in 2021 (by 4.72% in the first quarter; by 6.73% in the second quarter; by 6.02% in the third quarter; by 5.22 in the fourth quarter. %) compared to the previous year .

These are the two criteria responsible for the highest scores in the “Happiness” set of criteria, moving Vietnam up 2 places on this chart.

In addition, the fact that people are free to make important life decisions and the gradually increasing life expectancy and health of people also play a large part in this ranking.

Hope of kindness in the midst of a pandemic

A bright spot in the 2022 happiness report is that the anxiety and stress index has fallen in the 2nd year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, this index will increase by 8% in 2020, while it will only increase by 4% in 2021 compared to pre-pandemic.

This year’s report found a piece of positive news amid growing global turmoil: compassion between people.

The United Nations has decided to use March 20 every year to celebrate the International Day of Happiness. Interestingly, on this day the sun is over the equator, so the length of day and night are equal – a symbol of the balance and harmony of the universe.

So far, 193 member states, including Vietnam, have pledged to support, act and step up efforts to build a happy world and improve quality of life.

@ cafefu

Source: Vietnam Insider


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