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All African Countries by GDP Per Capita - In Order

Name all countries in Africa from richest to poorest by GDP per capita (PPP)
Using Purchase Power Parity method
Source: Wikipedia
Quiz by LuigiDeus
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Last updated: June 30, 2022
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GDP
Hint
Country
$35.270
S
Seychelles
$25.040
M
Mauritius
$19.290
B
Botswana
$19.030
E
Equatorial Guinea
$18.450
L
Libya
$17.850
G
Gabon
$15.360
E
Egypt
$14.930
S
South Africa
$13.000
A
Algeria
$12.300
T
Tunisia
$10.450
N
Namibia
$10.410
M
Morocco
$9.040
E
Eswatini
$7.740
C
Cape Verde
$7.280
M
Mauritania
$6.920
A
Angola
$6.750
G
Ghana
$6.670
D
Djibouti
GDP
Hint
Country
$6.340
I
Ivory Coast
$6.060
K
Kenya
$5.850
N
Nigeria
$4.680
S
São Tomé and Principe
$4.580
C
Congo
$4.440
S
Sudan
$4.400
C
Cameroon
$4.140
B
Benin
$4.100
S
Senegal
$3.780
Z
Zambia
$3.410
E
Ethiopia
$3.360
T
Tanzania
$3.350
C
Comoros
$3.030
L
Lesotho
$3.020
G
Guinea
$2.960
U
Uganda
$2.800
R
Rwanda
$2.790
G
Guinea-Bissau
GDP
Hint
Country
$2.660
B
Burkina Faso
$2.640
G
Gambia
$2.600
T
Togo
$2.570
M
Mali
$2.520
Z
Zimbabwe
$2.100
E
Eritrea
$1.960
S
Sierra Leone
$1.780
L
Liberia
$1.770
M
Madagascar
$1.700
C
Chad
$1.600
M
Malawi
$1.440
M
Mozambique
$1.430
N
Niger
$1.320
DC
D.R. Congo
$1.310
S
Somalia
$1.100
C
Central African Republic
$920
S
South Sudan
$860
B
Burundi
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Level 66
Mar 10, 2022
Nice, but to make it in order, you need to add a yellow box. You can do this on the options on the side of step 1. Otherwise it just becomes a 'name the countries of Africa' quiz :)
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Level 77
Mar 11, 2022
It's amazing and so sad that Equatorial Guinea's wealth seems concentrated in the hands of a few. See https://borgenproject.org/poverty-in-equatorial-guinea/ which claims that half the population lack access to clean drinking water.