Poorest Countries In The World: According to the World Bank, the No. Of people living in extreme poverty fell below 10% in 2015. There are approximately 1 billion people living in extreme poverty, according to the report published by the World Bank, the amount of people living with 125 one day drop of 12.8 percent to 9.6 percent this year. According to the organization, poverty in the world is closer to the goal of ending poverty in 2030.
Poverty is determined by the GDP (gross domestic product), the literacy rate and the employment rate, to determine the parameters of the level of a country out of poverty. Some of the poorest countries of the world GDP and literacy rate of other low. Here is a list of 15 poorest countries in the world.
Poorest Countries In The World
Zimbabwe has a low poverty rate and better social indicators than most African countries. Poverty is more prevalent in rural areas (31 percent) than in urban areas (10 percent), and most of the poor in Zimbabwe (88 percent) live in rural areas.