Top 5 poorest countries in Sub Saharan Africa based on GDP per capita from 2018-2022   

19 September 2018 : The FocusEconomics Consensus released a forecast report for 2018 nominal GDP per capita, where they project the poorest countries in Africa based on factors such as authoritarian regimes, political turmoil, weak institutions, corruption, inadequate infrastructure etc. 


The countries are compared against their GDP per capita from 2018 to 2022. Democratic republic of Congo tops the chart, with a current ( 2018 ) GDP of $ 441 and a projected GDP in 2022 of $ 632.


According to this report, the five poorest countries in Africa right now are based on their current and forecasted GDPs are:


1. Democratic Republic of Congo


2016 GDP per Capita: $441

2018 GDP per Capita (projected): $ 468

2022 GDP per Capita (projected): $ 632


2. Mozambique

 

2016 GDP per Capita: $383

2018 GDP per Capita (projected): $ 486

2022 GDP per Capita (projected): $ 579


3. Uganda


2016 GDP per Capita: $694

2018 GDP per Capita (projected): $738

2022 GDP per Capita (projected): $898


4. Ethiopia


2016 GDP per Capita: USD 884

2018 GDP per Capita (projected): USD 938

2022 GDP per Capita (projected): USD 1253


5. Tanzania


2016 GDP per Capita: USD 976

2018 GDP per Capita (projected): USD 1112

2022 GDP per Capita (projected): USD 1362

Reporting for EasyKobo on Wednesday , 19 September 2018 in Lagos, Nigeria

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