The majority of these impoverished nations are in Africa, and all of the countries listed below are not economically developed. The cost of living, currency value, population, business operations, and political activities all play a role in low-income countries. The GDP per capita is lower in most nations with significant levels of political and government corruption. The International Monetary Fund ranked countries with low GDP per capita.
The Congo (DR Congo) is one of Africa’s most populated and poorest countries. Nearly three out of every four people live on less than $1.90 per day, making it one of the world’s most impoverished communities.
Liberia is one of the poorest countries in the world. More than 2.2 million Liberians were unable to fulfill their basic food needs, 1.6 million below the food poverty line, and 670,000 living in severe poverty.
PPP=Purchasing Power Parity, PPP/Capita= The total income of the country divided by the total population of the country.
|6||Central African Republic||$774||4,422,000||622,984|