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Heart Breaking Pictures That Reveals The Poorest Countries In Africa.

The world has enough wealth and resources to ensure that the entire human race enjoys a basic standard of living. Yet people in countries like Burundi, South Sudan and Somalia live in the poorest conditions in the world.

What's worse is that Africa is considered the poorest continent on Earth. Almost every second person living in the states of sub-Saharan Africa lives below the poverty line. Particularly affected by poverty in Africa are the weakest members of society, the children and women.


By far these are the poorest countries in Africa.


Malawi




A South African country, the Malawi region, and even the world’s most backward countries. The country is the second poorest country of the world and Africa. In the state, which declared its independence about 50 years ago when the British were colonized, 80 percent of the people are as poor as possible.



Mozambique




Mozambique is a southeast African country with a population of just over 24 million. The country is one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. However, with financial aid from organizations like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, Mozambique has exhibited a positive growth trend.



The minimum legal salary in Mozambique is around R900 per month. The country faces the problems of chronic child malnutrition, poor literacy rates, improper access to health facilities, and more.


DRC



The Democratic Republic of Congo is one of the richest countries of the world in terms of natural resources. But it is one of the poorest countries in terms of economy. At the same time, the country with the highest risk of malaria and yellow fever. The newly developed country of the private sector is the center of the corruption of the traffic jam, the scum, the poor, the angry people who live in turmoil and do not allow photography.




Ethiopia



Ethiopia has a population of about 105 million. It is one of the most populous countries. According to the World Bank data 2021, it has a per capita income of $783. Regardless of economic activities such as agriculture, construction and manufacturing its real GDP growth is experiencing a downward trend. However, the economy is expected to grow by approximately 9% in the fiscal year ending 2021.



The finance minister, Ahmed Shide, allocated 13.48 billion dollars towards government spending early last year. By increasing government spending, Ethiopia hopes to see a growth boost in the economy in the future.


Madagascar.



Located 400 kilometers off the coast of East Africa, Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world. Known for its astonishing wildlife, the flourishing tourism industry has not been able to lift the country out of poverty.



The majority of the population is still dependent upon agriculture for their livelihoods, leaving the country’s economy especially vulnerable to weather-related disasters. Since becoming independent from France in 1960, Madagascar has experienced bouts of political instability, violent coups and disputed elections

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