10 of the poorest countries in the world
• 10 of the world's poorest countries
Determination of the level of income of a country involved in World Bank experts. They collect data on GNI per capita and the level of GDP growth, government revenues, imports and exports - see, the result is as objective as possible. Of course, the unemployment rate in these countries is also off scale, as, respectively, and the crime rate.
GDP per capita: $ 950
The last ten years the population of Madagascar is in a very unpleasant situation. The financial crisis has put a large part of the population to the brink of the present famine. Maybe the island and looks fantastic - but this tale is quite grim.
GDP per capita: $ 900
A tiny country in West Africa are not able to cope with the crisis. The government, to his credit, is trying to do everything possible to pull people out of poverty - free education and medicine somewhat brightens up the local life.
GDP per capita: $ 850
And here is the problem with medicine. The whole country falls on the strength of five hospitals, to get an appointment with a doctor - almost unreal. Life in Malawi, it seems, did not develop in the last few centuries: huts, hunting and gathering, poverty and early death.
Central African Republic
GDP per capita: $ 700
People spend at work all the time - and this is still not enough to feed his family. Basically, the locals are involved in agriculture, but the climate is not the most suitable for agriculture in Africa.
GDP per capita: $ 600
In general, the Government of Nigeria reveals itself with a very good side: the standard of living of the local population is growing - albeit rather slowly.
GDP per capita: $ 550
Almost the entire territory of Zimbabwe occupied by small villages, people are trying to live in agriculture because of other work are almost there. Unemployment is about 90%.
GDP per capita: $ 500
The largest economy in the world, such as the United States and United Kingdom, annually spend billions of dollars to support Burundi. Unfortunately, at the moment the result is almost imperceptible: Burundi residents still are on the verge of poverty.
GDP per capita: $ 400
Surprising: the natural resources of Eritrea so impressive that the country might even be interested in the United States with their desire to spread democracy in areas rich in oil. But the local people did not manage to raise their standard of living.
GDP per capita: $ 350
Congo's independence was the last straw: poverty, robbery, early death - people have long ceased to hope for a better life. If not for the grant of more developed countries, local simply could not sustain itself.
GDP per capita: $ 300
And here - the poorest country in the world. Tens of thousands of people are killed here every year, from the usual malnutrition. Financial resources and the amount of food is so low that experts have tipped the imminent collapse of the entire country.