Aside from the fact that it is very populated, Africa is seen as the second largest continent worldwide. It also has various beautiful islands. Because of the excessive poverty rate due to limited facilities offered to the people, Africa as a whole is not that developed but there are specific countries in Africa that can be defined as developed.
The definition of development in this concept means the basic amenities like education, food and shelter are provided to the citizens there as well as the best medical facilities, educational facilities and modern infrastructures are available in the country.
The country must have an economy that is powerful as well as stable currency. There should be a great standard of living as well. The following are some of the most developed African countries worldwide. They include;
This country makes the top of the list because it has attained the most goals in millennium development. This country boasts of six airports with paved runways as well as an additional eight airports that have unpaved runways. It also boasts of great infrastructures. This country has also been described as the richest African country.
The sound macroeconomic policies as well as the wide-ranging structural reforms since 2006 were of great significance to this nation. They surpassed South Africa in 2013 to attain the position of the most competitive economy in sub-Saharan Africa. Nonetheless, issues with education have to be sorted out.
Over $23 billion in retroactive salary and public grants, as well as benefits enhancements, were offered by the government of Algeria. This was because of the economic protests that held in 2011 in the months of February and March. The amount allocated for public spending was enhanced by 27 percent in the last five years.
In sub-Saharan Africa, Gabon is the fifth biggest oil producer. In the recent years, the HDI of Gabon has enhanced exponentially. The government is making efforts towards creating jobs, diversifying the economy, introducing social safety nets and enhancing building capacities.
The rate of employment in Tunisia showed a little turn around as the unemployment rate reduced to 15.7 percent in the third part of 013 in comparison to 2012 at that same period.