10 most developed countries in Africa in 2020

Africa is perhaps the most rapidly developing continent on the planet. It attracts investors, as the opportunities for growth here is huge.

However, to adequately assess the prospects, it is necessary to rely on data about the level of development of any country.

Experts note that it is difficult to compare African countries with the European, as the level of development are quite different.

nevertheless, the United Nations development Program publishes data on the status of African countries, especially in the framework of the Human Development index (human development, HDI). This index shows the number of parameters, including the level of health, education and life expectancy.

Important in assessing the economic situation in African countries is the doing business index Doing Business Index (DBI) and other parameters (GDP, GNI per capita).

Below we will discuss 10 most developed African countries.

1. Seychelles

life expectancy: 73.7

GDP: 1.486 billion dollars

GNI per capita: USD 26 077

2. Mauritius

life expectancy: 74.9

GDP: 12.34 billion

the GNI per capita of the us: 20 189 USD

3. Algeria

life expectancy: 76.3

GDP: 170.41 billion dollars

GNI per capita us: 13 802 dollars

4. Tunisia

life expectancy: 75.9

GDP: 75.9 billion

GNI per capita us: 10 $ 275

5. Botswana

life expectancy: 67.6

GDP: 67.6 billion dollars

GNI per capita us: 15 534 dollars

6. Rwanda

life expectancy: 67.1

GDP: 9.14 billion dollars

GNI per capita us: 1 990 dollars.

7. Gabon

life expectancy: 66.5

GDP: 14.62 billion dollars

the GNI per capita of the us: 16 431 dollars

8. South Africa

life expectancy: 63.4

GDP: 349.4 billion dollars

GNI per capita us: 11 923 dollars

9. Egypt

life expectancy: 71.7

GDP: 235.4 billion

GNI per capita us: 10 355 USD

10. Morocco

life expectancy: 76.1

GDP: 109.1 billion

GNI per capita us: 7 $ 340