Top 10 Poorest Countries In The World 2014

Here we will discuss top 10 poorest countries in the world 2014. If we want to know that whether the country is poor or rich then we should use the measure of economic independence. There are many financial measures by which we can measure the financial stability of any country such as per capita income, human development indicator, GDP, GNP and many more other factors. When any person wants to do the comparison between rich and poor countries then he will find the huge and big disparity between them. If we want to define rich countries then we can say that rich countries are those which are highly developed, best infrastructure, complete social awareness, provide best health facilities and justice for every person. According to recent survey that almost more than 50 countries in the whole world are poor.

Top 10 Poorest Countries In The World 2014

Top 10 Poorest Countries In The World 2014

In this informative and detailed post we will discuss top 10 poorest countries in the world 2014. The top ten poorest countries in the whole world are as follows:

1.      Democratic Republic Of Congo:

Congo is located within the African nation. The capital of Congo is Kinshasa. We would like to mention that the total population of Democratic Republic of Congo is almost more than 71 million. Today, this country is considered to be most poorest country in the whole world because it has the gross domestic product is $ 395. Moreover, Democratic Republic of Congo is also the worst country or place for women. We would like to mention that every year number of rapes have been recorded in this country.

2.      Zimbabwe:

The second poor country in the whole world is Zimbabwe. We would like to mention that Zimbabwe is an inland country and it is located in Southern Africa. For our readers, we want to mention that Zimbabwe achieved independence from the Kingdom in the year of 1980. The gross domestic product of Zimbabwe is $ 395. Moreover, Zimbabwe has associate with the nurturing rate of 49 percent. We want to mention that still Zimbabwe is included in the list of poorest countries of the world but still this country is blessed with many natural things such as gold, coal, copper, nickel, platinum etc. Today, Zimbabwe is facing many problems in terms of economic, social and political.

3.      Liberia:

The third poor country in the whole world is Liberia. We would like to mention that this country is located in West African. This country covers the neighborhood of almost 111,369 km and the total population of Liberia is almost 3.7 million. The official language of Liberia is English and almost more than 30 languages are also used in the country. Moreover, the gross domestic product per capita income of Liberia is $ 392. The currency of Liberia is dollar.

4.      Burundi:

If we talk about poorest countries in the whole world then we should mention Burundi. The GDP per capita income of Burundi is $ 410. The total population of Burundi is 10,216,190 and the capital of this country is Burundi. Because of lowest GDP per capita income, this country is included in the list of poorest countries of the world.

5.      Somalia:

Somalia is also included in the list of top poorest countries in the whole world at the number 5. The gross domestic product per capita of Somalia is $ 600. The capital of this country is Somalia and it is located in Africa. According to different journalists that Somalia is the unsuccessful and poor state because of numerous civil wars as well as currency breakdown.

6.      Eritrea:

Another poor country that we should mention in this list is Eritrea. We would like to mention that few years back this country is also known as Niger and it is located in geographic region. The gross domestic product per capita income of Eritrea is $ 733 and the capital of this country is Asmara. The total area of Eritrea is 1,267,00 sq km and the total population of this country is 15,730,754. The most important and popular export of this country is metal.

7.      Niger:

Another important and poor country that we want to mention in the list of poorest countries of the world is Niger. We would like to mention that Niger is at number 7 in top ten poorest countries of the world. The gross domestic product per capita income of Niger is $ 733. Niger is located in West Africa. Moreover, this country covers the expenses of almost 1,270,000.

8.      Central African Public:

Central African Public is at number 8 in the list of top ten poorest countries of the world. The gross domestic product per capita income of Central African Public is $ 764. The capital of this country is national capital and the total population of this country is almost 4,422,000. The national languages of this country are Sango and French. Since the last few years, the economy of this country has been dropping.

9.      Sierra Leone:

The poor country at the number 9 in the list if Sierra Leone. This country is located in the geographical region. The total area of this country is 1,740 km. We would like to mention that the per capita income of Sierra Leone is $ 781. Moreover, for our readers we want to mention that Sierra Leone is included in the list of biggest exporters of the world but still it is famous as the poor country of the world.

10.  Togo:

The last poor country in the world is Togo. Togo is also known as Republic Togolese or English the Togolese Republic. This country is located within the geographic region that is bordered by the Republic of Ghana. Furthermore, the capital of Togo is Loma national capital. The per capita income of Togo is $ 832. The total population of this country is almost 6,619,000. The official language of Togo is French.

On the whole after discussing top 10 poorest countries in the world 2014 it is easy to conclude that these are considered to be worst and poorest countries. If we talk about Pakistan then our country is included in the list of under developing countries. In order to get the progress or for the development of these countries it is important that governments of those countries should adopt different financial, economic and social measures.

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