The poorest countries in the world are a real mix. The world has enough resources to everybody. But people in countries like South Sudan continue to live in desperate poverty.
The poorest countries in the world are a real mix. Some of them have natural resources which means they’re not quite as poor, but most of these countries either don’t have much to offer or just can’t seem to get their economies going. The world has enough wealth and resources to ensure that everybody on the planet enjoys a basic standard of living. But people in countries like South Sudan and Somalia continue to live in desperate poverty.
It is also significant that the world’s poorest countries are in Africa. A continent full of natural resources – enough to make every African a millionaire. It is also significant that the poorest countries are plagued by crippling corruption. Often in the form of military with pompous and fictional officer titles. That is what corruption looks like: a military, with fictitious officer ranks.
There are countless ways to calculate poverty, but it does not matter how you calculate; African countries are always at the top. And they all have in common that they have a dominant military.
In contrast, we also publish a video with the 10 richest countries in the world. It can be a useful comparison, and one can think about the differences in governance.
Poverty affects children, families and countries across the globe. But some countries are hit harder, and those countries are located in the world’s natural resource richest continent, Africa.
Moreover, I think al-Burhan has lost all dignity, honor and identity.
He is an enemy of God, the Sudanese, and the humanity.