Worst Countries To Live In 2019
Some countries are not as livable as others. The United Nations’ Human Development Index takes a look at human progress to rank the world’s cities. The higher the city is ranked, the more livable it is. The HDI is based on education, financial stability, and longevity.
There are four main categories used to divide the nations on the HDI. Very high human development, which are the most livable nations. This includes countries such as Norway, Australia, Canada, and the United States.
Finally, the third category is low human development. The countries on this list are considered to be the most unlivable in the world.
Based on the data from 2018, the nation that is ranked the lowest at 189 is Niger. Central African Republic is the next most unlivable nation. South Sudan, Chad, and Burundi round out the five worst countries on the list.
Other nations included on this list are:
Afghanistan Benin, Burkina Faso Comoros, Congo Djibouti Eritrea, Ethiopia Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau Haiti Ivory Coast Lesotho, Liberia Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique Nigeria Papua New Guinea Rwanda Senegal, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Sudan, Syria Tanzania, Togo Uganda Yemen Zimbabwe